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AFLOAT IN
PARADISE!
While incessant monsoon rains have wreaked havoc in
several states, including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Odisha,
U’khand, Punjab and Delhi; tourists enjoyed the pleasant
weather in Kashmir as Valley witnessed sunny, partially
cloudy skies with a intermittent rainfall on Saturday.
Tourists take Shikara ride on waters of
the Dal Lake in Srinagar on Saturday.
CM GEHLOT INTERACTS WITH SCRIBES
Minimum Income
Guaranteed Bill
is historic and not
revadi, says Gehlot
PM “HURT SELF RESPECT” OF STATE
BY MENTIONING RAJASTHAN IN HIS
STATEMENT ON MANIPUR: CM GEHLOT
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
MAshokGehlot
on Saturday as-
serted that a his-
torical bill was passed in
the state assembly on Fri-
dayanditwillbeextended
when the Congress gov-
ernment is formed again.
“Mahatma Gandhi
Minimum Income Guar-
anteed Bill was passed in
theRajasthanAssembly.It
is a historic bill and those
whosay‘revadi’(freebies)
themselves are distribut-
ingrevadis.Whenthegov-
ernment comes again, we
will also bring a justice
plan. Centre gives `200-
300 pension, does it lead
to Social Security?,” said
Gehlot addressing a press
conference at CMR.
Hitting back at PM
Modi for mentioning Ra-
jasthan in his statement
on Manipur, CM Ashok
Gehlot on Saturday said
he has “hurt the self re-
spect” of Rajasthan.
Gehlot said that NCRB
figures are a lie. “Overall
situation is good in Raj.
Making FIR mandatory
has increased the figures.
BJP is running the ‘Nahi
Sahega Rajasthan’ cam-
paign. PM is coming to
Sikar on July 27 wherein
Kisan Samman Nidhi
will be sent to farmers of
whole country. These
people are scared of our
decisions,” CM said. P8
CM Ashok Gehlot addresses presser where senior journo of First
India, Naresh Sharma speaks to the CM at CMR on Saturday. Also
seen here are Sukhjinder Randhawa, GS Dotasra, Shanti Dhariwal,
Virender Rathore, Lokesh Sharma & others. SANTOSH SHARMA
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RLP leader bludgeoned
to death by husband
Rajeev Gaur
Jodhpur
Mahila Morcha district
president of RLP Suman
Beniwal (35) was alleg-
edly killed by her hus-
band Ramesh Beniwal
(35) in Jodhpur late on
Friday. He crushed her
head with a stone. The
police arrested husband
on Saturday. ADCP Na-
zim Ali said, Ramesh
came home at 10 pm on
Friday, Suman did not
open door. He sat outside
for 3 hours, when he en-
tered house, there was
argument between the 2
and later he hit his wife
with a heavy stone kept
outside the door, Suman
died on spot. She joined
RLP 7 months ago.
Ramesh and Suman Beniwal
PM:Indiaemergedas
acentreofglobaltrust
First India Bureau
New Delhi
Prime Minister Narendra
Modi on Saturday said
the citizens have taken a
resolution to make India
a developed nation and
expressed a great honour
for being a government
employee.
In a virtual event of the
Rozgar Mela, Modi dis-
tributed over 70,000 ap-
pointment letters to the
newly inducted employ-
ees. Addressing the new
appointees, Modi said,
“Today, every expert be-
lieves that India in a few
years would be in the
world’s top three econo-
mies.” The Rozgar Mela
was organised at 44 loca-
tions across India and the
new recruits would be
joining the government
in various ministries/de-
partments across central
and state governments.
PM Narendra Modi distributes appointment letters at the 'Rozgar
Mela' via VC in Delhi on Saturday. Dr Jitendra Singh is also seen.
PM Narendra Modi
distributes over 70,000
appointment letters
to the newly inducted
people at Rozgar Mela
PM MODI
SPEAKS
Today every expert is
saying that in a few years,
India will be in the world’s
top three economies. This
means employment op-
portunities and citizen’s per
capita income will increase.
Our banking sector has
seen massive destruction
during the previous govern-
ment. The ‘phone banking
scam’ was one of the big-
gest scams earlier.
We took several measures,
including strengthening
management of banks,
merging small banks and
injecting professionalism.
Banking sector employees
commit to serve people
and execute various govt
schemes to help poor
and unorganised sectors
through loans under ‘Mudra’
scheme and to support
women self-help groups.
POLICE ARREST
2 MORE ACCUSED IN
VIRAL VIDEO CASE
Police held 5th
& 6th accused in
connection with
a video that surfaced on
Wednesday showing
two women being pa-
raded naked and sexu-
ally assaulted by a mob
in strife-torn Manipur.
The accused has been
identified as Yumlem-
bam Nungsithoi Metei
(19), police said. So far,
police have arrested six
accused in the case.
SOREN WRITES TO
PREZ MURMU OVER
MANIPURSITUATION
Jharkhand
CM Hemant
Soren on Satur-
day wrote to President
Droupadi Murmu,
expressing his anguish
over the “unspeakable
torture” of women in vi-
olence-hit Manipur and
urged her to take steps
to ensure peace in the
northeastern state.
FRESH VIOLENCE IN IMPHAL ROCKS NATION
BURNINGSTREETS,
FIERCEPROTESTS!
Women block roads, burn tyres; tear gas shells fired
Moni Sharma
Imphal
Fresh violence was re-
ported in Manipur’s Im-
phal after women protes-
tors blocked both sides of
a main road in the Ghari
area. The women protes-
tors burnt tyres during
the protests, prompting
cops to take action.
The Manipur armed
police, Army and rapid
action battalion rushed to
the spot to quell the pro-
testers. In an operation,
they doused the fire and
brought the situation un-
der control. Meanwhile,
FIR in another case was
registered in connection
with alleged abduction,
rape and murder of two
Kuki-Zomi women. P5
(T) Members of Oppn parties protest in Assam on Saturday. Women’s
wing of ITLF protest near ‘Wall of Remembrance’ in Churachandpur.
IN BRIEF
Tehelka, Tejpal & others
ordered to pay `2 crore
New Delhi: Journalists
Tarun Tejpal, Anirudh Behl,
Mathew Samual and M/S
Tehelka.Com have been or-
dered by Delhi HC to pay
`2 cr to Major Gen Ahlu-
walia in defamation case.
4 officials suspended
over Yasin’s SC arrival
New Delhi: Delhi Prisons
has suspended 4 officials,
including a dy superinten-
dent, in connection with
physical appearance of
jailed JKLF chief Yasin
Malik in Supreme Court.
ED arrests woman IAS
officer in coal levy case
Raipur: ED officials ar-
rested IAS officer Ranu
Sahu, director in the
Chhattisgarh agriculture
department, on Saturday in
connection with a coal
levy case, her lawyer said.
WB: 5 held, video shows
2 paraded half-naked
Malda: 5 were detained by
the police in WB’s Malda
on Saturday in connection
with a distressing incident
where 2 women were al-
legedly beaten and paraded
half-naked by local people.
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Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023
Pradeep Gadhwal
Jhunjhunu
In Jhunjhunu, a young
man murdered his girl-
friend by stabbing her
multiple times with a
knife and then ended his
own life. The incident
took place in the Hasalsar
village under the Gu-
hagaudji police station
area. Late on Friday, Pri-
yanka, 20, was sleeping
with her family at home
when the accused murder
her. Following this grue-
some act, he went to his
maternal uncle’s house
and hung himself from a
noose.The man was iden-
tified as Suresh (32).
Priyanka’s post-mor-
tem was conducted.
Many villagers, includ-
ing former legislator
Shubhkaran Chaudhary,
were present during the
investigation.
The young man was
married three years ago,
but his wife left him a
year after their marriage.
Priyanka was unmarried
and was preparing for
B.Ed. Suresh was in-
volved in the liquor busi-
ness. The CO said Navin,
who was with Suresh
when he killed Khushbu,
has been detained.
CONTAINER LOGISTIC FACILITIES
Rajsico’s renovated ICD in Bhilwara reopened
First India Bureau
Bhilwara
enovation and
re-operation
ceremony of In-
land Container Depot
(ICD) in Bhilwara was
organised on Saturday by
Rajasthan Small Indus-
tries Corporation to pro-
mote the industries of
Bhilwara region and to
provide container logistic
facilities to the port.
Industries and Com-
merce Minister Shakun-
tala Rawat, the chief
guest of the ceremony at
Azad Nagar in Bhilwara,
and guest of honour,
Revenue Minister Ram-
lal Jat and Rajsico and
REPC Chairman Rajiv
Arora flagged off the
containers.
Congratulating the ex-
porters of Bhilwara re-
gion, Rawat said that CM
Ashok Gehlot is continu-
ously making efforts to
increase the export trade
of the state. “Under ‘Mis-
sion Be an Exporter’, dry
port has been established
through Rajsico to pro-
vide transport facility to
the exporters for exports
to foreign countries. In
view of the demand of
the industrial organiza-
tions of industrial city
Bhilwara, the state gov-
ernment has decided to
re-operationalize the
ICD here” she said.
Rawat said that in the
financial budget 2022-
23, the state govt has an-
nounced for the expan-
sion of Jodhpur ICD at a
cost of Rs 95 crore.
Shakuntala Rawat, Ram Lal Jat, and Rajiv Arora at re-opening of ICD at Azad Nagar in Bhilwara on
Saturday. Narendra Aseri, Dr. Manisha Arora, Akshay Tripathi, Ashish Modi were also present.
R
Kota: Two persons and
35 goats died of light-
ning during the rain on
Kota. The incident
happened in Kanwas
area of Sangod on Sat-
urday. The deceased
had gone for grazing
goats when the inci-
dent happened. A
house was also dam-
aged due to lightning,
said the police. Mean-
while, two children
drowned in Rudaval
area of Bharatpur dis-
trict on Saturday.
Two die of lightning in
Kota, two kids drown
in Bharatpur
Jaipur: A 26-year-old
youth allegedly commit-
ted suicide by jumping
into Jal Mahal on Satur-
day, police said. Police
informed the deceased
has been identified as Ir-
fan, a resident of Khori
Kalan in the Mewat re-
gion of Haryana.
26-yr-old youth
jumps into Jal Mahal
in Jaipur, dies
IN BRIEF
Jodhpur: Jodhpur wit-
nessed a major crack-
down by the police
against illegally operat-
ing hookah bars. Under
the direction of Police
Commissioner Ravi
Dutt Gaur, a major oper-
ation was conducted in
Sardarpura & Basni po-
lice station areas, in
which 24 suspects were
arrested. A large quantity
of hookahs, pipes, fla-
vours & other materials
were also confiscated.
24 held in action
against hookah bars
‘Lovelorn’ man stabs 20-yr-old
woman to death, hangs self
ACCUSED UPLOADED
PHOTO OF THE GIRL ON
WHATSAPP STATUS
From his uncle’s
house, Suresh
uploaded a photo
of him with Khushbu on
WhatsApp ‘status’ with a
caption saying he could not
see her with someone else,
and then hanged himself,
Circle Officer Navalgarh
Rao Anand Kumar said.
Suresh worked as a liquor
shop attendant, while
Khusbhu was pursuing
BEd. Both lived in the
same village and were
from the same community.
The CO said Navin, who
was with Suresh when he
killed Khushbu, has been
detained. The bodies were
handed over to family mem-
bers after post-mortem.
Saraf,othersprotests
overrisingcrime
First India Bureau
Jaipur
MLA Kalicharan Saraf
along with hundreds of
activists and local busi-
nessmen gheraoed the
Bajaj Nagar police sta-
tion on Saturday against
increasing crime. DCP
Gyan ChandYadav, how-
ever, assured them that
immediate action would
be taken after which he
ended the protest.Saraf
said that an incident of
theft was reported in the
Bajaj Nagar police sta-
tion area, where shutters
of two shopkeepers were
broken and cash looted
and a pistol was stolen
from a retired officer in
Tonk Gate area. “I talked
to the higher officials but
more than 15 days have
passed and no action has
been taken,” he said.
Shivdaspura and Bada
Padampura set to be
new economic hubs
Abhishek Shrivastava
Jaipur
The case of declaring the
areas around the capital,
including Shivdaspura
and Badapadampura, as a
major economic zone has
once again faced a set-
back. First India News
had reported on this issue
a few days ago. The rea-
son for this setback was
that the notification is-
sued by the JDA was not
published in the Official
Gazette as required. The
implementation of the
land use plan for this area
could only be done after
its publication in the ga-
zette. However, now the
Urban Development
Minister, Shanti Dhari-
wal, has given approval
to publish the notifica-
tion in the gazette.
With the implementa-
tion of the land use plan,
the comprehensive de-
velopment of this
2,500-hectare area will
be possible. Approxi-
mately 2,000 hectares of
land in Shivdaspura and
Badapadampura has been
reserved for the Green-
field airport since 2004.
SC grants anticipatory
bail in fraud case
15-year-old
gangraped by
boyfriend and two
others in Barmer
First India Bureau
Jaipur
A bench comprising Jus-
tice S Ravindra Bhat and
Justice Arvind Kumar
granted anticipatory bail
to the petitioner lady who
was accused of offences
under 420/406 of IPC.
The bench further depre-
cated the High Court or-
der which failed to note
this crucial aspect in its
order and dismissed the
bail application without
any discussion on merits.
“At the outset of the
Court, this Court notices
that though the order was
lengthy, the learned judge
has not applied his mind
to one crucial aspect
which was highlighted
during the hearing viz
that the petitioner had de-
livered a child on
30/05/2022.”
Mukesh Mathrani
Barmer
A 15-year-old minor girl
has been gangraped by
his boyfriend and two
others late on Friday night
in Barmer district. An in-
cident has been reported
from the Sheo police sta-
tion area in Barmer. Ac-
cording to the police, the
victim was in a relation-
ship with the accused. On
the basis of the complaint,
police have lodged the
case under the relevant
section of the POCSO act.
Rampratap Singh, SHO at
Sheo police station con-
firmed the report. Police
identified the main ac-
cused as Rama Ram, a
resident of Kudla village
in Barmer.
ParchedRamgarh
Once the chief source of city’s water supply, the 125-year-old Ramgarh Dam used to get water from four rivers,
which included the Rora, Ban Ganga, Tala, and Madhoveni rivers. After its construction in 1903, the Ramgarh Dam
overflowed for the first time after 21 years. The last time the Ramgarh Dam was completely filled was after the
floods in 1981. Even then, the government had ordered the opening of the gates of the Ramgarh Dam. In the
following years, encroachments were made in the canals, drains, and smaller rivers and tributries of the Ramgarh
Dam, which led to the closure of the water supply to it. After the encroachments increased on the Ban Ganga and its
tributaries, not even a single drop of water could reach it which has been dry for years now. SUNIL SHARMA
Saraswat is now Reg
Coordinator of NTCG
CREDAI election: Sanjay
Gupta elected as president
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Jaipur resident Saurabh
Saraswat has been as-
signed a significant re-
sponsibility by the Ti-
betan government-in-
exile. He has been ap-
pointed the Regional
Coordinator in the Na-
tional Tibetan Core
Group formed for the
Tibetan movement.
Saraswat expressed his
heartfelt thanks to the Ti-
betan spiritual leader, the
Dalai Lama. He is cur-
rently serving as the Na-
tional Secretary in the
India-Tibet Association.
Saraswat, an advocate
in the Jaipur High Court,
has been actively in-
volved in the struggle
for the liberation of
Kailash Mansarovar and
the Tibetan movement.
Asif Khan
Jaipur
Gopal Gupta was elected
as the Chairman of CRE-
DAI Rajasthan in the
election 2023 that took
place at Pratishtha Ban-
quets on Ajmer Road.
Dhirendra Madan was
elected asVice Chairman,
Sanjay Gupta as President
and Ravindra Pratap Sin-
gh was elected to the post
of General Secretary.
Anil Kumar Gupta be-
came executive presi-
dent, Atul Kumar Modi,
Anand Mishra, Ashish
Agrawal and Atul Kris-
han Modi were elected as
Vice president.
On the post of joint
secretary, Ashish Kumar
and Amit Vijayvargiya
won, KC Parwal became
treasurer and Anurag
Sharma was unanimously
elected as CREDAI pa-
tron. Team Progressive
and Team Democratic
were face to face. During
theAGM, both the groups
had heated arguments but
senior members inter-
vened and the election
process was started.
Massive fire!
A massive fire broke out at office of Emery Green Health Services 108 Ambulance in
Malviya Nagar Industrial Area in Jaipur on Saturday morning. No casuality was reported.
MUKESH KIRADOO
Saurabh Saraswat
Dhirendra Madan, Sanjay Gupta, Ravindra Pratap Singh along
with other newly elected executive members on Saturday.
Kalicharan Saraf along with hundreds of activists and local
businessmen protest at Bajaj Nagar police station on Saturday.
Petitioner Mamta
along with Santosh
were booked under
Sections 420  406 of
IPC  accused of
conducting pooja in
their village
Victim Priyanka and accused Suresh.
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JAIPUR: CITY OF SAFARIS
World’s first city with 7 safaris
Nirmal Tiwari
Jaipur
aipur will be-
come the first
city in the
world to have seven sa-
faris. The state will have
three leopards safaris,
one each of Tiger, Lion,
Elephant and Bird Safa-
ri. Jhalana and Amagarh
have leopard safari, Na-
hargarh has Lion Safari,
and Kunda has the
famed Elephant Safari.
Lion Safari started
again in Nahargarh on
Saturday after 20 days.
It was closed due to bad
roads after rains. Also,
there are plans to start
Bird Safari in Nahar-
garh. The state’s first
aviary will be built in
Ramnivas Bagh zoo.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The District Congress
Committee held a candle
march in Jaipur on the
violence in Manipur.
The march was held
at the Ambedkar Circle
in which State in-charge
Sukhjinder Singh Rand-
hawa, ministers Mahesh
Joshi, Pratap Singh
Khachariyawas, former
minister Naseem
Akhtar, Jaipur City
Congress President RR
Tiwari, Ram Singh
Kachhwaha and other
office bearers and lead-
ers were present. The
leaders condemned the
violence in Manipur.
Aishwary Pradhan
Jaipur
BJP state president CP
Joshi said that Congress
leader and former MLA
Ravindra Singh Bohra
(Dholpur), Congress can-
didate in last assembly
election Dr Shivcharan
Kushwah (Dholpur), for-
mer CPI (M) MLA
Pawan Duggal (Ganga-
nagar), his wife Rani
Duggal, CPM leader
Vishnu Bhambhu (Gan-
ganagar), Lalluram Bair-
wa, who contested as-
sembly election on BSP
ticket, Rinki Verma, for-
mer MP Dhan Singh
Rawat (Banswara) and
10 other people joined
the party on Friday.
They joined the party
in the presence of BJP
national general secre-
tary and in charge Arun
Singh, state president CP
Joshi and leader of oppo-
sition Rajendra Rathore
in the party office.
The other leaders who
joined the party are re-
tired IPS Jaswant Sam-
patram, retired IAS offic-
ers S P Singh and Manoj
Sharma, Congress leader
Vivek Singh Bohra,
Mamta Kanwar Rathore,
former MLA DD Ku-
mawat, retired additional
commissioner (Jodhpur)
Dinesh Ranga and Geeta
Verma, (Sikrai Pradhan).
Shubham Jain
Ajmer
Union minister and BJP’s
election in charge for Ra-
jasthan Pralhad Joshi
said that the party has
made a special strategy
for Rajasthan where as-
sembly elections are due
later this year. Joshi said
that BJP workers will
reach out to the public on
issues like the state gov-
ernment’s failure on
promises, increasing
crimes, paper leak and
corruption.
“Rajasthan ranks first
in women crime and cor-
ruption. The state gov-
ernment has failed on
every front and people
are ready to throw out
Congress government,”
he said.
“Congress has cheated
the people is now again
distributing freebies to
mislead them. This time
the people of Rajasthan
will give a befitting an-
swer to them,” he said.
FILE
SS Randhawa, GS Dotasra, Amrrita Dhawan, Pratap Singh
Khachariyawas, Archana Sharma, Rafeek Khan, Amin Kagzi,
Naseem Akhtar, Jyoti Khandelwal, Munesh Gurjar  other Congress
leaders during protest on Saturday. MUKESH KIRADOO
BJP state in-charge Arun Singh, Arun Chaturvedi, Narayan
Panchariya, Shravan Singh Bagri and other BJP leaders during
the mashal rally on Saturday in Jaipur. SANTOSH SHARMA
BJP State in-charge Arun Singh, State President CP Joshi, LoP Rajendra Rathore, Shravan Bagri
along with new members of BJP at party office in Jaipur on Saturday. SANTOSH SHARMA
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SeveralincludingformerMLAs,IAS,
IPS joinBJPaheadofRajelections
A total of 17 new members joined BJP on Saturday
Opposition Strengthened
BJPAPPOINTSDIVISIONALIN-CHARGESANDCO-INCHARGESINSTATE
BJP appointed
divisional in-charge
and co-in-charge in
the state on Saturday. CR
Chaudhary was appointed
as Bikaner division in
charge and Shravan Singh
Bagdi, Jogendra Rajpurohit
as co-incharge, Bhajanlal
Sharma was made in-
charge of Jaipur division
and Bhanupratap Singh,
Omprakash Bhadana,
Satyanarayan Chaudhary
were co-incharge. In
Bharatpur division, Hemraj
Meena Bharatpur was
appointed in-charge and
Somkant Sharma co-in-
charge. Diya Kumari will be
the in-charge of Ajmer divi-
sion, and Vijender Poonia,
Atar Singh Bhadana will
be co-in-charge. Similarly,
Jagveer Chaba will be
Jodhpur division in-charge
and Pramod Samar and
Priyanka Meghwal will
be co-in-charge. Udaipur
division in charge will be
Damodar Agrawal while
Sanwalaram Devasi and
Mithlesh Gautam will be
co-incharge of Udaipur
division. In the Kota divi-
sion, Mukesh Dadhich will
be division in-charge and
Dharmendra Gehlot will be
co-in-charge.
CMGEHLOTFOOLED
PEOPLEWITHFALSE
PROMISES:RATHORE
Special strategy for poll-bound Rajasthan: Pralhad Joshi
Leader of
Opposition
Rajendra
Rathore on Saturday
alleged that Congress
won 2018-assembly
elections in Rajasthan
by lies and said that
people will no longer
fall for lies in upcom-
ing elections. The
assembly elections are
due later this year. Ra-
thore commented that
chief minister Ashok
Gehlot has emerged
as a “Messiah of Lies”.
“Gehlot has done the
work of fooling people
by making false
promises in 2018 elec-
tions,” he alleged.
District Congress holds candle
march against Manipur issue
Senior Congress
leaders present
during the protest
4 try to kidnap
businessman,
demand `30L
Rajasthan Rajya
Shraman Sanskriti
Board approved
Kesawat, 2 more
sent to jail after
remand ends
First India Bureau
Jaipur
In Jaipur, a case of at-
tempt to kidnap a busi-
nessman, Jai Goyal (22)
has come to light. Four
miscreants took the busi-
nessman to an isolated
place, assaulted him and
demanded Rs 30 lakh.
However, seeing vil-
lagers coming armed
with sticks, the miscre-
ants sped away. Later,
they demanded Rs 5 lakh
through threat calls of
killing his family. The
father of the victim has
lodged an FIR against
unknown miscreants at
Harmada police station.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
CM Ashok Gehlot on
Saturday approved the
formation of the Ra-
jasthan Rajya Shraman
Sanskriti Board, meant
for the welfare of Jain
community. People from
community expressed
their gratitude to CM
Ashok Gehlot, Lal Chand
Kataria, Govind Singh
Dotasara and others for
constituting the Board.
Gajendra Kumar Bar-
jatya, Congress Mandal
President Mohit Jain, Jai
Kumar Jain-Barjatya,
Anil Chhabra and other
people of the Jain com-
munity thanked for the
formation of the bard.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The ACB team pro-
duced the three ac-
cused in the Gopal
Kesawat trap case in
the court on Saturday
after their remand pe-
riod got over. The
judge ordered all the
three to be sent to jail.
One accused, Brah-
maprakash, has al-
ready been sent to jail.
Meanwhile, In a case
related to corruption
in the co-op depart-
ment, remand period
of accused Deshraj
Yadav  Arun Pratap
Singh’s ended on Sat-
urday. ACB team pre-
sented both in court.
Aishwary Pradhan
Jaipur
A major tragedy was
averted during the BJP’s
torch rally at Civil Lines
area of Jaipur as several
party workers and media
personnel were saved
from the fire. BJP leader
Ratnakumari and state in-
charge Arun Singh were
present on the occasion.
A makeshift torch was
created by filling a con-
tainer with liquid chemi-
cals and inserting a cloth
wick. The torchlight pro-
cession was taken out
against government un-
der the ‘Nahi sahega Ra-
jasthan’ campaign.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Unknown miscreants at-
tacked Congress State
Secretary Pooja Verma
late on Friday on the Ra-
jasthan University cam-
pus. Verma went to a pro-
gramme after parking her
car at the University but
was attacked when she
came to take back the car.
The miscreants used
sticks and rods and van-
dalized her car, and fled
the spot after the attack.
Pooja Verma somehow
managed to escape the
threatning ordeal.
Notably, Pooja Verma
has been the first woman
student union president
of the Rajasthan Univer-
sity. After the incident at
university campus, a case
was registered at the
Gandhinagar police sta-
tion based on Verma’s
complaint. Police has
launched an investiga-
tion into the matter.
Major tragedy averted
during BJP’s mashal rally
CongSecyassaulted
inRajVarsitycampus
Pooja Verma
LEOPARDESS SPOTTED
WITH CUB IN JHALANA
LEOPARD RESERVE
In yet another
exciting news for
wildlife enthusiasts,
a leopardess was spot-
ted with her cub in the
Jhalana Leopard Reserve
on Friday. Forest officials
informed that leopardess
Flora was spotted with her
cub at a water point. DFO
Sangram Singh Katiyar
said that after the new cub
was sighted, staff members
including Range Officer
Janeshwar Chaudhary,
Jogendra Singh Shekha-
wat, Asst Forester Krishna
Kumar Meena, and Guard
Manish Doi have been
asked to keep an eye on
movements of the leopard-
ess and cub. On July 18, 5
new cubs were spotted in
the camera trap.
NEW STANDING BODY OF STATE WILDLIFE BOARD
The Rajasthan government has reconstituted the
Standing Committee of the State Wildlife Board.
The Forest and Environment Minister will be the
Chairman of the Standing Committee while Additional
Chief Secretary Forest, PCCF HoFF, Dr. Rajesh Gopal,
Dr. KS Gopi Sundar ... Sunny Sebastian, Jaisal Singh,
Simrat Kaur Sandhu, Sunil Mehta, Dhirendra Godha,
Suraj Singh Poonia will be members and Chief Wildlife
Warden will be member secretary.
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for furthering wellness
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hardworking farmers.
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in mother tongue, CBSE’s decision to make
education in Indian languages ​​up to class 12th
is commendable. For this, I congratulate the Education
Minister Shri @dpradhanbjp ji. Education in their mother
tongue will not only increase their ability to think, reason
and research, but with this initiative more and more
students will now be able to get education through CBSE.
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by body, mind, intellect, and
senses, without attachment,
only for self-purification.
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IN-DEPTH
DEBATE OVER
TIME, DEATH AND
“A THOUSAND SUNS”
movie on J Robert Oppenheimer, Father of
the Atomic Bomb which annihilated Hiro-
shima has raised a debate around the scien-
tist’s understanding of Bhagavad Gita, particularly
with regard to his interpretation of the word “Kaal”.
The word comes up in verse 32 of Chapter 11 when
Lord Krishna reveals his Supreme Being to Arjun
and tells him “Asmi Kaal’’. Oppenheimer interprets
it to mean “I am the Destroyer”. Devdutt Pattnaik
disagrees and says that Kaal refers to time, not death.
Over time everything is destroyed.
After the blast, Oppenheimer said, “If the radiance
of a thousand suns were to burst at once into the sky,
that would be like the splendour of the mighty one…I
am become Death, Destroyer of worlds.” Questioning
Oppenheimer’s understanding of the Gita on the
groundsofhisfailuretodifferentiatebetweenTimeand
Death is unfair. His description of the radiance of “a
thousand sun” finds indirect mention in verse 30 “…
Yourterriblerays,fillingtheuniversewithbrilliance…”
A
TIHAR ADMN GOOFS
UP IN MALIK’S CASE
convict in the terror-funding case,Yasin Ma-
lik’s physical presence in the Supreme Court
in the absence of any specific order took
Justice Surya Kant and Justice Dipankar Datta by
surprise. Besides the terror-funding case, the chief of
Jammu  Kashmir Liberation Front is also facing
charges in the killing of four IAF personnel and ab-
duction of Rubaiya Saeed in 1989.Adesignated court
in Jammu had ordered his physical presence. The
order was stayed by the Supreme Court in April.
The presence of Malik in court must have caused
consternation among the judges and also Solicitor-
General Tushar
Mehta who took a
serious objection to
his presence. The
fault obviously lay
with Tihar jail of-
ficials. Director-
General of Prisons
Sanjay Beniwal
said it was due to a
lapse on the part of
jail authorities. A
jail official was re-
ported to have said
that there was
“some miscommu-
nication with Ma-
lik’s documenta-
tion records”. An
inquiry has been
ordered.
This is not the
first time that Tihar
jail administration
is being blamed for
a security slip-up.
In April this year
gangster Prince Tewatia’s brutal murder also was
due to a serious security lapse. In fact, Tihar inmates
have access to everything---liquor, mobile phones,
and money transactions. Conman Sukesh Chan-
drasekhar is alleged to have made spoof calls to film
actress Jacqueline Fernandez from inside Tihar. A
couple of years ago Delhi Police were surprised to
learn that gangster Jitender Gogi and his accomplice
made a Rs 5 crore extortion call from Tihar. Even
the high-profile murder of Sidhu Moosewala was
allegedly plotted inside Tihar.
A
A convict in the terror-
funding case, Yasin
Malik’s physical
presence in the
Supreme Court in the
absence of any
specific order took
Justice Surya Kant and
Justice Dipankar Datta
by surprise. Besides
the terror-funding
case, the chief of
Jammu  Kashmir
Liberation Front is
also facing charges in
the killing of four IAF
personnel and
abduction of Rubaiya
Saeed in 1989
stitch in
time saves
nine.” “An
ounce of
prevention
is worth a
pound of cure.” Sayings
such as these can be ap-
plied to our maintaining
good health. Absence of
distressing symptoms does
not necessarily mean good
health. To take medicines
for diseases which have
developed is comparable
to the behaviour of those
persons who begin to dig a
well after they are thirsty.
Why do so few, give
thought to health mainte-
nance? Many may feel they
are too busy. The average
person does not have any
real mission in life – some-
thing very important for
one who hopes to accom-
plish the best according to
one’sabilities.Manyignore
following a routine of rest,
and exercise tailored to
their individual needs. Sen-
sible eating habits is a rem-
edy for mental health main-
tenance. Being overweight,
due to sedentary occupa-
tion, requires eating less by
controlling one’s appetite.
Self control at the table
– how can one accomplish
it? It pays to do so. Some
make it a rule not to take
more than one helping if
they have a variety in a
meal, or cut down on rich
desserts replacing it with a
fruit. Eating slowly and at
times skipping a meal pre-
vents overeating. Others,
limit themselves to fruits as
one meal a day for health
maintenance. Over refined
and highly processed foods
lower iron levels in the
body and increase acid for-
mation. Vegetables and ap-
ples have an alkalizing ef-
fect and also aid in keeping
good physical as well as
mental health.
Regular exercise has a
remedial value for those
suffering from diverse ill-
nesses and promotes well-
being in a person who is
healthy. Working at a
steady pace and not going
full speed is beneficial.
Musicians learn to relax if
they have to perform at
their best without undue
fatigue. The same princi-
ple applies for work that
require alertness. Relaxa-
tion provides physical ease
and is conducive to mental
and emotional balance.
Scheduling too much in
a day and being active
every waking moment,
from the time one gets up
until one goes to bed,
weakens health. Taking
regular breaks calms the
mind. Sleeplessness may
be caused by not eating
right, neglecting workouts
or excessive anxiety, feel-
ings of guilt or any detri-
mental emotions. Slowing
down in the evening helps
the body and mind to relax.
Some become frustrated
as they try to manage their
daily responsibilities. The
urge to become angry and
blow off steam can be over-
powering. People generally
learn to express anger by
copying the angry behav-
iour they see around them.
Anger is, also, triggered
when one feels slighted.An
imagined threat to one’s au-
thority or reputation stirs up
feelings of provocation.
Self-centered persons easi-
ly get affronted and may
hold on to anger for days,
weeks, months or longer.
Many believe that if
negative emotions are bot-
tled up or repressed, they
would later resurface as a
psychological disorder.
But the best way to avoid
saying or doing something
that one may later regret, is
not to get ‘heated up.’Peo-
ple with very high expecta-
tions tend to have greater
problems with anger.
When something does not
measure up to them, disap-
pointment quickly follows.
To combat this mentality,
it is good to keep in mind
that sooner or later each
one will make errors.
‘Money sickness syn-
drome,’ is a term used for
people who are stressed
with money worries. They
experience symptoms like
skin rashes, anger and
nervousness. Budgeting
money gives an internal
locus of control and reduc-
es stress and strain. Show-
ing empathy also improves
health, well-being and re-
lationships when one re-
lieves the suffering of oth-
ers. One feels happier,
more optimistic, less lone-
ly and less inclined to give
in, to negative thoughts.
Empathy is the ability to
share someone else’s feel-
ings or experiences by im-
agining what it would be
like to be in that person’s
situation. When others are
unthankful or say unkind
things, talking to a trusted
friend about upsetting feel-
ings can aid in staying emo-
tionally balanced. Mental
health experts say that peo-
ple need spiritual values in
order to be truly happy. We
see this in the fact that one
wants to belong to some-
thing or serve a cause great-
er than oneself. To satisfy
this need, some devote their
time to nature, art, music
and similar things.
To have healthy emo-
tions, one needs to have
healthy thoughts despite
setbacks. It will not happen
by following the line of
least resistance. Patiently
taking one day at a time,
moving at one’s own pace
and knowing that balance
is achievable in life’s daily
activities makes it possible.
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY
THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL
EXPERTS
SPEAK...
Empathy is the ability to
share someone else’s
feelings or experiences by
imagining what it would be
like to be in that person’s
situation. When others are
unthankful or say unkind
things, talking to a trusted
friend about upsetting
feelings can aid in staying
emotionally balanced.
Mental health experts say
that people need spiritual
values in order to be truly
happy. We see this in the
fact that one wants to
belong to something or
serve a cause greater than
oneself. To satisfy this
need, some devote their
time to nature, art, music
and similar things.
To have healthy emotions,
one needs to have healthy
thoughts despite setbacks.
It will not happen by follow-
ing the line of least resist-
ance. Patiently taking one
day at a time, moving at
one’s own pace and know-
ing that balance is achiev-
able in life’s daily activities
makes it possible.
ACQUIRING GOOD
MENTAL HEALTH
“A stitch in time saves nine.” “An ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Sayings
such as these can be applied to our maintaining
good health. Absence of distressing symptoms
does not necessarily mean good health. To take
medicines for diseases which have developed is
comparable to the behaviour of those persons
who begin to dig a well after they are thirsty
Rekha
Kumar
The writer is a leadership
and personal development
skills facilitator.
rekhakumar@protonmail.com
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New Delhi
Emphasising on India’s
climate commitments,
PM Narendra Modi on
Saturday said that the
countryhasshownleader-
ship in climate action and
achieved its non-fossil in-
stalled electric capacity
target 9 years in advance.
In a video message to
the G20 Energy Ministe-
rial Meeting in Goa on
Saturday, the Prime Min-
ister said India now plans
to achieve 50 percent
non-fossil installed ca-
pacity by the year 2030.
“No talk about the future,
sustainability or growth
and development can be
complete without energy.
It impacts development
at all levels, from indi-
viduals to nations,” the
PM said at the meeting
that brought together
ministers from the coun-
tries in the G20 grouping.
He pointed out that In-
dia is among the global
leaders in solar and wind
powerandismakinggreat
efforts in green growth
and energy transition.
The G20 Energy Min-
isterial meeting is being
held under the chairper-
sonship of Union Minis-
ter for Power and New
and Renewable Energy,
RK Singh. Earlier on Fri-
day, Union minister Sin-
gh said that India has
achieved its target of pro-
ducing 43.6 per cent of
its total energy through
non-fossil fuel sources
nine years ahead of the
schedule of 2023.
The PrM pointed out
that the world looks to
the G20 countries to this
group to advance sustain-
able, just, affordable, in-
clusive, and clean energy
transition and urged them
to ensure that the Global
South is not left behind
“We must ensure low-
cost finance for develop-
ing countries,” he said.
“We must find ways to
bridge technology gaps,
promote energy security,
and work on diversifying
supply chains. And, we
must strengthen collabo-
ration on the ‘fuels for
the future,’” the PM said.
By2030Indiawillachieve
50%ofnon-fossils:Modi
In his virtually address, Prime Minister says India achieved its
non-fossil installed electric capacity target 9 years in advance
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses G20 Energy Ministers
Meet via video message, in Goa on Saturday.  ANI
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat offers prayers at Kashi Vishwanath
Temple in Varanasi on Saturday.  ANI
G20 ENERGY MEET
We are moving
strongly on our climate
commitments... We
achieved our non-
fossil, installed electric
capacity target 9 years
in advance. We have
now set a higher
target, we plan to
achieve 50 per cent
non-fossil installed
capacity by the year
2030.
NARENDRA MODI,
PRIME MINISTER
ANI
New Delhi/Kolkata
Two tribal women were
“stripped naked, tor-
tured and beaten merci-
lessly” in West Bengal’s
Malda a few days ago
while police remained a
“mute spectator,” the
BJPon Saturday alleged
targeting CM Mamata
Banerjee for failing to
provide security to
women in the State.
The ruling Trinamool
Congress in its response
said that the BJP was
needlessly politicising
the issue and the wom-
en were caught stealing,
which prompted out-
raged by the locals.
BJP’s IT department
head Amit Malviya to-
day took to Twitter to
post a purported video,
that has surfaced on so-
cial media, of the inci-
dent, which he claimed
took place on July 19 in
Pakua Hat, a weekly
market, of Bamangola
Police Station in Malda.
2 women stripped, beaten in WB’s
Malda; BJP targets Mamata govt
Imphal: On same
day two tribal wom-
en were stripped,
paraded and allegedly
gang raped by a mob in
Manipur in an incident
that has triggered mas-
sive outrage, two other
women from Manipur’s
Kangpokpi district were
brutally assaulted and
murdered amidst a wave
of ethnic violence that is
yet to abate. The victims,
aged 21 and 24, were
working at a car wash in
Konung Mamang area of
Imphal East district, 40 km
away from the site of other
incident, when they were
targeted by a mob on May
4. The two women at the
car wash were reportedly
assaulted by a large group
of men, accompanied by
some women. A male
co-worker, an eyewitness,
reportedly said that the
women in the mob encour-
aged the men to take the
victims inside a room and
sexually assault them.
RAJ NO. 1 IN CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN, BUT OPPN
PLAYING POLITICS OVER MANIPUR, SAYS THAKUR
ON DAY OF HORROR, 2
MORE WOMEN RAPED,
KILLED IN MANIPUR
New Delhi: Training his guns at Ashok Gehlot-led
govt in Rajasthan, Union Minister Anurag Thakur
on Saturday said that “peaceful and safe state has
become number one in terms of crime against women
in five years.” Thakur’s comments followed a press
conference held by Gehlot earlier in the day in which he
launched a scathing attack on PM Modi accusing him of
not visiting violence-hit Manipur. Hitting back at Gehlot,
Thakur said, “Where has Rajasthan reached in the last
five years? There have been so many incidents of rape
and atrocities against women that a peaceful and safe
state has become number one in terms of crime against
women in the last five years.” Addressing a press briefing
at the BJP headquarters here in the national capital, the
Union Minister said, “A total of 1.09 lakh incidents of crime
against women happened in the state in last four years
and 22 per cent rape cases in India are from Rajasthan.”
Thakur also slammed Gehlot for removing Minister Ra-
jendra Singh Gudha after he criticised his own govt on the
atrocities against women in the poll-bound state.
Anurag Thakur addresses media in New Delhi, on Saturday.
PTI
Varanasi
Rashtriya Swayamsevak
Sangh (RSS) chief Mo-
han Bhagwat on Satur-
day credited Prime Min-
ister Narendra Modi’s
‘Swachh Bharat Abhi-
yan’ for having a pro-
found impact on temples
and their cleanliness
quotient. Speaking at the
inaugurationofthethree-
day International Tem-
ples Convention and
Expo (ITCX) 2023 here,
he asserted that cleanli-
ness is an extremely
critical aspect of temple
managementasplacesof
worship are also a “sym-
bol of purity”.
“A huge and ex-
tremely critical aspect
of temple management
is cleanliness because
temples are a symbol of
purity. Definitely, with
the prime minister’s
Swachh Bharat Abhi-
yan (Clean India), there
has been a great effect
on temples as well.
However, with the In-
ternational Temple
Convention, we seek to
achieve this on a deeper
level in every temple in
the world — small or
big,” Bhagwat said.
“We need to pass on
the legacy of temple
service to the next gen-
eration for which edu-
cation and awareness
on temple ecosystems is
important. In view of
the same, we need to
solidify every aspect of
temple management,
whether it is hygiene,
service or infrastruc-
ture,” he said.
BhagwatcreditsModi’s
SwachhBharatAbhiyan
fortemples’cleanliness
Ashish Desai sworn
in as new Chief
Justice of Kerala HC
Thiruvananthapuram:
Justice Ashish J
Desai was sworn in as the
new Chief Justice of Kerala
High Court on Saturday.
He succeeds Justice SV
Bhatti who was recently
elevated to the Supreme
Court. Desai was serving
as the acting Chief Justice
of Gujarat High Court. In
a brief ceremony held at
Raj Bhavan, Governor Arif
Mohammed Khan admin-
istered the oath of office
to Desai. CM Pinarayi
Vijayan, Law Minister P
Rajeeve and others were
present during the function.
Man gets death term
for killing minor boy,
raping victim’s sister
Idukki: A special
POCSO court here
on Saturday sentenced to
death a man for murder-
ing a minor boy, and
awarded him jail term till
the end of his natural life
for raping victim’s minor
sister two years ago. The
gave capital punishment
to Idukki resident Sunil
Kumar for murder of his
nephew, the 6-year-old
boy, and sentenced him
to cumulative imprison-
ment of 92 years including
four life terms in the 2021
case. Both the sentences
will run concurrently.
IN THE COURTYARD
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NADDA ON INDIAN LANGUAGES
‘CBSE communique is crucial reform’
PTI
New Delhi
JP president J P
Nadda on Satur-
day lauded the
CBSE communication to
schools for using Indian
languages as an optional
medium of instruction as
amajorsteptowardsmak-
ing education more holis-
tic  inclusive. This is an
important reform, he said.
The National Educa-
tion Policy (NEP) as en-
visaged by Prime Minis-
ter Narendra Modi has
emphasised the impor-
tance of education in the
mother tongue, Nadda
noted. “It is scientifi-
cally proven that cogni-
tive learning in the ini-
tial years, is the fastest
in the native language,”
he tweeted. The Central
Board of Secondary Ed-
ucation (CBSE) has
asked its schools to con-
sider using Indian lan-
guages as an optional
medium of instruction to
make multilingual edu-
cation a reality.
Noting that the Minis-
try of Education and the
National Council of Edu-
cation, Research and
Training (NCERT) have
taken measures to intro-
duce education in multi-
ple languages under the
National Education Poli-
cy, 2020, the board asked
its schools to use availa-
ble resources and col-
laborate with each other
to make the best out of
multilingual education.
BJP president J P Nadda
B
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New Delhi
Union Home Minister
Amit Shah on Saturday
inaugurated the newly
established Aviation Se-
curity Control Centre
(ASCC) at CISF Campus
Mahipalpur in the na-
tional capital.
DG CISF Sheel Vard-
han Singh, Tapan Kumar
Deka, Director, IB, Zulfi-
quar Hasan, Director
General BCAS, and other
dignitaries were also pre-
sent on the occasion. The
CISF was inducted at air-
ports for the first time in
February 2000. After two
decades, currently, CISF
is providing security cov-
er to 66 airports out of 134
operational airports in the
country, including ex-
tremely busy and hyper-
sensitive airports like
Delhi, Mumbai, Banga-
lore, Jammu  Amritsar.
Agencies
New Delhi
The Manual is developed
by Department of Drink-
ing Water and Sanitation
to ensure safety, uninter-
rupted supply and mini-
mum loss of Water, Sani-
tation and Hygiene
(WASH) assets and ser-
vices involving stake-
holders at national, state,
district, and village level.
The Plan aligns with
the two-flagship pro-
grammes on WASH im-
plemented by the Depart-
ment namely the Jal Jee-
van Mission (JJM) and
Swachh Bharat Mission-
Grameen (SBM-G). The
Disaster Plan is devel-
oped based on the Advi-
sory issued by National
Disaster Management
Authority (NDMA).
The document focuses
on four stages of planning
– preparedness, response,
recovery  reconstruc-
tion and mitigation apart
from addressing the is-
sues as per the 10-point
agenda for risk reduction.
In case of disaster, three
kinds of assessment need
to be conducted
ANI
New Delhi
Amid the hike in prices
of tomatoes in the retail
market, the Minister of
State of Consumer Af-
fairs Ashwini Kumar
Choubey stated that
prices of tomato is ex-
pected to come down
with the increase in the
arrival of new crop from
Maharashtra and Mad-
hya Pradesh.
This was in response
to an unstarred question
in the Rajya Sabha by
MP Kartikeya Sharma in
the Monsoon session of
the Parliament.
The Consumer Affairs
Minister further stated
that to check the current
increase in prices of to-
matoes and make them
available to the consum-
ers at affordable prices,
the Government has
started the procurement
of tomatoes under Price
Stabilisation Fund and is
making them available at
a highly subsidised rate
to consumers.
ANI
Cam Ranh (Vietnam)
On completing 32 years
of illustrious service to
the nation, Indian Naval
Ship Kirpan has been de-
commissioned from the
Indian Navy and handed
over to Vietnam People’s
Navy (VPN) on Saturday.
The decommissioning
and handing over cere-
mony of INS Kirpan to
VPN was presided over
by Adm R Hari Kumar,
Chief of Naval Staff, In-
dian Navy and RearAdm
Pham Manh Hung, Dep-
uty Commander-in-
Chief and Chief of Staff,
VPN. CNS Adm R Hari
Kumarsaid, “It is a mat-
ter of great honour for
me to be a part of the
handing over ceremony
of one of the finest and
longest-serving warships
of the Indian Navy – Kir-
pan, to the esteemed Vi-
etnam People’s Navy.”
“The transfer of Kirpan
to the Vietnam People’s
Navy resonates with In-
dia’s G20 vision of Vas-
udhaiva Kutumbakam –
One Earth, One Family,
One Future,” he added.
India  Vietnam share
a rich history of civilisa-
tional and cultural link-
ages spanning over 2000
years, originating at the
world-famous heritage
site My Son ­– home to the
Hindu Cham civilisation.
ANI
New Delhi
In what is claimed to be
a biggest-ever seizure,
Customs department of-
ficials on Friday recov-
ered foreign currency
worth over Rs 10 crores
from three Tajikistan na-
tionals at Delhi's Indira
Gandhi International
(IGI) airport.
As per officials, the ac-
cused trio were caught
while they were going to
board a flight to Istanbul.
On the basis of profiling,
the officers of Airport
Customs, IGI Airport,
Terminal-3, New Delhi
have booked the biggest-
ever case of smuggling of
foreign currency through
any airport in India on 21
July against three Tajik-
istannationalpassengers,
the Customs department
said on Saturday.
These passengers
were intended to depart
for Istanbul by Flight No.
TK 0717 dated 21 July
from T3, IGI Airport,
New Delhi, it said.
Shinde family calls on PM Modi
PM Narendra Modi meets
Maharashtra CM Eknath
Shinde and his wife Lata
Shinde, father Sambhaji
Shinde, son Shrikant,
daghter-in-law Rushali, in
New Delhi on Saturday.
Home Minister Amit Shah
also meets Maharashtra CM
Eknath Shinde, in New Delhi.
Shekhawat releases manual for disaster management plan
THREE ASSESSMENT IN CASE OF DISASTER
z Before the disaster:
A Hazard-Vulnerability-
Capacity mapping to
guide the preparedness
activities most needed
z During Response:
A Rapid Needs As-
sessment (RNA) which
can be completed in a
day and point out the
immediate needs of the
affected population
z During Recovery
 Reconstruction: A
detailed Post-Disaster
Needs Assessment
(PDNA) which highlights
the long-term needs of
the community and helps
the administration “build
back better” the damaged
infrastructure and update
the service delivery
mechanisms to mitigate
against future disasters.
Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat releases the Manual for Disaster Management Plan
(DMP) during the two-day national conference at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi on Saturday.
DMPincludes,Gender-
basedvulnerabilities,
issuesconcerningSC/
ST,elderly,kids,people
withdisabilities
Tomatopricestogodownfollowing
newcroparrivalfromMaha,MP:Govt
Rural women, under the banner of All India Progressive Women's Organisation, protest against the
tomato price hike and rising inflation, outside Banaras Hindu University (BHU), in Varanasi. PTI
The NDRF personnel conduct a search and rescue operation after
a landslide hit Irshalgad village, in Raigad on Saturday. ANI
Amit Shah inaugurates centralised security control centre for 66
airports under CISF cover in New Delhi on Saturday.  ANI
AAPMPREQUESTSRSCHIEFTOGIVEBETTERFACILITIESFORJOURNOS
New Delhi: Aam Admi Party (AAP) leader and
Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha on Saturday
wrote a letter to Rajya Sabha chairman Jag-
deep Dhankar requesting better facilities for journalists
who are covering Parliament news during the Monsoon
session. In his letter AAP MP Chadha said there is
limited space available to accommodate journalists on
the Parliament premises. “I am writing to bring to your
attention the working conditions of journalists within
the Parliament premises, which require immediate
attention. Journalists are currently working from a small
makeshift tent located at Entry Gate No. 12, particularly
those covering Rajya Sabha. Unfortunately, the limited
space is hardly enough to comfortably accommodate
all the journalists,” the letter read.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)
Rajya Sabha MP Raghav
Chadha at Parliament House
during the Monsoon Session,
in New Delhi. ANI
FLOOR LEADERS OF
I.N.D.I.A TO MEET RS
LoP IN PARLIAMENT
UP BUS GETS STUCK ON FLOODED CAUSEWAY
CLOUDBURST TRIGGERS FLASH FLOODS IN LADAKH
New Delhi: Floor
leaders of the newly
formed Opposition
alliance the Indian National
Developmental Inclusive
Alliance (I.N.D.I.A) will meet
at the office of Leader of
Opposition in Rajya Sabha
Mallikarjun Kharge in Parlia-
ment on July 24 to chalk out
the strategy for the floor of
the House, the sources said
on Saturday. The leaders
are likely to protest in front
of the Gandhi statue on the
Manipur issue. The situation
in Manipur dominated the
proceedings of the second
day of the Monsoon Session
of Parliament, which began
on Thursday, with the Oppo-
sition demanding the Centre
to discuss the issue. The
Congress and opposition
leaders are demanding a
statement from the PM Nar-
endra Modi in the Parliament
during the ongoing Monsoon
session. Meanwhile, the
proceedings of Lok Sabha
and Rajya Sabha faced
adjournments for the second
consecutive day amid uproar
over the Manipur incident.
Bijnor: A Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport
Corporation bus carrying 40 passengers got stuck
in the strong water current of a river while passing
through a flooded cause-
way on the Uttar Pradesh-
Uttarakhand border here
on Saturday, officials said.
All the passengers have
been rescued and the bus
has also been removed with the help of heavy machines,
Najibabad police Circle Officer (CO) Gajendra Singh said.
Srinagar: A cloudburst triggered flash floods in the
Union Territory of Ladakh, causing debris to flow into
the main market area and throwing life out of gear, but
there are no reports of any loss of life, officials said on Sat-
urday. The cloudburst hit the Gangles area and left several
parts of Leh town inundated. The debris entered many build-
ings in the low-lying areas, causing some damage to them.
ANI
Raigad
With the continuous
search and rescue opera-
tions at the landslide-hit
Irshalgad in Raigad, the
National Disaster Re-
sponse Force (NDRF)
teams recovered three
more bodies from the site
on Saturday, increasing
the death toll to 26, offi-
cials said. According to
Raigad police officials,
the three more bodies that
were recovered on Satur-
day include one male and
two females. The death
toll rises to 26 (25 locals
and 1 firefighter) in the
landslide-hit Irshalgad in
Raigad, police officials
of Raigad said.
Uttarakhand: Three
arrested for Chamoli
electrocution incident
Gopeshwar: Police on
Saturday arrested three
persons in connection
with the electrocution in-
cident at a Namami
Gange sewage treatment
plant in Chamoli district
of Uttarakhand.
Landslide in Maharashtra’s Raigad district
Death toll rises to 26, NDRF
continues search operation
It was response to question in RS by MP Kartikeya Sharma
PARLIAMENT SESSION
Delhi:ShahinauguratesAviation
SecurityControlCentreforairports
The foreign currency was
reportedly concealed inside
shoes kept in the luggage.
Customs recovers
foreign currency
worth `10 crore
IndiagiftsfirstactivewarshiptoVietnam
Missile boat Kirpan decommissioned from Indian Navy
INS Kirpan, an indigenously built Khukri-class Missile Corvette is being
handed over to Vietnam People’s Navy on Saturday. ANI
Subhash Mehata
Banswara
Cong Prez Mallikarjun
Kharge, Former Cong
Prez Rahul Gandhi, CM
Ashok Gehlot, State In-
Charge SS Randhawa
and other senior leaders
of the party will be visit-
ing Banswara on August
9 on ‘World Tribal Day’.
Water Resources Min
MS Malviya and MoS for
Tribal Development Ar-
jun Bamaniya on Friday
held a meeting with dis-
trict administration in
Banswara and inspected
the stadium located in
front of Govind Guru
College where the pro-
gramme is going to be
organised. Malviya in-
formed that a message
has been received from
the CM Gehlot that Mal-
likarjun Kharge and for-
mer National President
Rahul Gandhi are pro-
posed to visit Banswara
on World Tribal Day.
Ravi Sharma
Udaipur
External Affairs Minister
S Jaishankar visited
Udaipur on Saturday. He
was welcomed by BJP
leaders and public repre-
sentatives at Maharana
Pratap Airport in Dabok.
Jaishankar came to
Udaipur’s Taj Aravali
Hotel to attend a meeting.
Former Dy CM of Bi-
har Sushil Modi was also
present. Speaking to the
media at the airport,
Modi said that whatever
happened in Manipur is
unfortunate and the
Prime Minister has ex-
pressed regret for it.
“The opposition does not
want a debate, nNot only
in Manipur, the violence
that took place in Bengal
and Bihar should also be
discussed,” he said.
Modi said that maximum
number of rape incidents
have happened in Ra-
jasthan. Referring to
UPA’s change of name,
he said that nothing
changes by changing the
name. “People vote for
work and not name,” he
said, adding that he was
on a personal visit.
NEWS
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Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023
COLD BAG POSTING: CHAIR OF COMMISSIONER,
DEPARTMENTAL ENQUIRIES AWAITS APPOINTMENT!
Rajendra Chhabra
Jaipur
he post of Com-
missionerofDe-
partmental En-
quiries is lying vacant for
the past one month. More
than one Commissioner
can also be posted on this
position and in the past
there have been instances
when there have been
three Commissioner at a
time as well. Moreover,
only an IAS can be posted
in this position. For the
past six months, only one
Commissioner - Rajendra
Singh Shekhawat - was
posted but he too was
transferred on May 15 and
since then DoP has not
made any appointment.
Actually this posting is
considered a ‘cold bag’
posting in the bureaucra-
cy and some even con-
sider it to be a ‘punish-
ment posting’. Hence at
times there are more than
one commission.
Pritam B Yashwant and
Mohan Lal Yadav were
Secy and Special Secy, re-
spectively, in GAD and
both the officers conduct-
ed a mistake in one case
and both of them , in De-
cember 2020, were there-
after posted as Commis-
sioner Departmental En-
quiries.Aninterestingepi-
sode happened with Pri-
tam that he went on a one
year long leave and when
he returned to the same
post in Nov 2022, the DoP
did not even allot him a
roomtositinandworkfor
nearly a month and he
stayed at his home!
Be it senior or junior,
IAS have been posted on
this post. In fact, Ravis-
hankar Srivastava has
served on the post for no
less than four time and R.
Venkateswaran thrice.
Niranjan Arya served on
this post from April 2015
to December 2018, a ten-
ure of forty four months.
Similarly, when the gov-
ernmentchanged,Praveen
Gupta too was posted on
this post.As of now, three
Additional Commission-
ers and six Deputy Com-
missioners have been
posted in Departmental
Enquiries. Two RAS of-
ficers - Gunjan Soni and
Suman Panwar - have
been posted as Additional
Commissioner last week.
It is being believed that
inthenewIAStransferlist
a new Commissioner
would be posted here and
only DoP knows if there
will be one or more Com-
missioners posted here.
The bureaucracy is now
eager to know who is be-
ing sidelined and posted
on this post.
T
‘IwillseekanswersinAssembly’
Satyanarayan Sharma
Jhunjhunu/Jaipur
A day after being sacked
as minister, Udaipurwati
MLARajendra Gudha on
Saturday stepped up his
attack on Chief Minister
AshokGehlot,alleginghe
is no longer in control in
the state which is leading
in crimes against women.
Gudha said that he will
have a face to face fight
with CM Gehlot in the as-
sembly. He said that the
government is only en-
gaged in pleasing its high
command in Delhi and
has nothing to do with the
safety of women. The
sacked minister also took
a dig at the govt over the
paper leak cases.
“The law and order
situation in the state has
collapsed and the dreams
of the unemployed are
getting ruined due to the
paper leak,” he said.
He continued, “Noth-
ing will happen by sack-
ing Rajendra Gudha. Cre-
ate a sense of security in
sisters and daughters.
There is an atmosphere of
anarchy in the state.
Home department is with
Chief Minister who is sit-
ting with a bandage on his
feet” On the other hand,
Congress may expel Gud-
ha from the party.
After cabinet, Rajendra Gudha may be ousted from Congress also
GUDHA REMOVAL ROW
Shiv Sena to fight
on all 200 seats
in State: Singhvi
Run up to Raj Assembly polls
Pooja Dubey
Jaipur
Shiv Sena’s state in
charge Chandraraj Sin-
ghvi on Saturday said
that the party has inten-
sified its preparations
for the upcoming as-
sembly elections. Sin-
vghvi said that the party
has preparations to con-
test elections on all 200
assembly seats in the
state but the party will
field candidates in 50
constituencies. He said
that alliance with like-
minded parties would
also be done where
there is a requirement.
He said that the party
has made appointments
of some of the office
bearers and the team has
already started prepara-
tions for the elections.
“We have given many
appointments today and
will give more appoint-
ments in the coming
days. The party will ap-
point more than 100 of-
fice bearers,” he said.
“There is preparation
for elections on 200 as-
sembly seats, but where
there is a need, we will
support other like-
minded parties. Con-
gress will be defeated in
the coming elections,”
he said.
Singhvi said that the
party will contest elec-
tions with the ideology
of nationalism and Hin-
dutva.
“PM Narendra Modi
is our national leader.
Shiv Sena will contest
elections on nationalism
and Hindutva ideolo-
gy,” he added.
‘JOBLETTERSGIVENTO
MORETHAN5LSOFAR’
Kota: Union minister
Arjun Meghwal on
Saturday said that
the Central Govt has given
appointment letters to more
than 5 lakh successful candi-
dates. He said that the Modi
govt has promised to give
jobs to 10 lakh people and ap-
pointment letters have been
given to more than 5 lakh can-
didates so far. He distributed
appointment letters to 188
newly recruited person-
nel from Kota in Rojgar
Mela. 70,000 appointment
letters were given today in
Rajgarh Melas. In Kota, the
event was organised at UIT
auditorium where PM’s pro-
gramme was live streamed.
 Bhanwar S Charan
Post of Commissioner
of Departmental
Enquiries is lying
vacant for past one
month. This posting is
considered a ‘cold
bag’ posting in the
bureaucracy
As Ghaggar swells, admin
on alert mode in H’garh
Kapil Sharma
Hanumangarh
The water in the Ghaggar
riverinHanumangarhdis-
trict is continuously in-
creasing and the district
administration is on alert.
District Collector Rukmi-
niRiarandSuperintendent
of Police Sudhir Chaud-
haryduringapressconfer-
ence on Saturday gave in-
formation about the water
in the river and alertness
by district administration.
Riar said that the next
48 hours are sensitive and
the district administration
has started work on the
secondlineofdefenceand
seeking help from NGOs.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar being welocmed by local BJP
leaders at the Maharana Pratap Airport, Udaipur on Saturday. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat giving job letter in Jaipur on Saturday.
Ramcharan Bohra, Dr Somya and others are also seen.
Arjun Meghwal giving job letter
in Kota on Saturday.
MS Malviya and local administration inspecting the spot. FILE
Local NGO Lions Club is also helping administration with the food
packets distribution and other relief material in Hanumangarh.
Jaishankar, Sushil Modi reach Udaipur PM Modi has given new model
of governance: GS Shekhawat
Ashok Yogi
Jaipur
The Seventh Employ-
ment Fair was organized
by the Central Govern-
ment on Saturday at the
Mahatma Gandhi Insti-
tute of Medical Science
Campus, Sitapura. PM
Narendra Modi also
joined the employment
fair virtually.
During this appoint-
ment letters were handed
over to 258 youth in
Jaipur. A total of 70,000
appointment letters were
handed over across the
country. These youths
will provide services in
departments including
Railways, Income Tax
Department, Postal Ser-
vice. The chief guest of
the program was Union
Jal Shakti Minister Ga-
jendra Singh Shekhawat.
MPRamcharan Bohra,
JMCG Mayor Dr Somya
were also present.
Shekhawat said that in
this golden age of inde-
pendence, PM Narendra
Modi has given a new
model of governance to
the country. The youth
are being empowered
with continuous job crea-
tion in the green sector.
Cong top brass in Banswara in Aug
Rajendra Gudha had hit at his government in Assembly on Friday. FILE
Chandraraj Singhvi and other Shiv Sena members during a press
conference in Jaipur on Saturday. SANTOSH SHARMA
SHINDESHIVSENAOFFERSGUDHATOJOINPARTY;
BSPRAJCHIEFSAYSGUDHABETRAYEDOURPARTY
BSP state president Bhagwan Singh Baba said that
there is no place for Rajendra Gudha in the party.
He said that Gudha betrayed BSP twice and the
party will never take him back. Shiv Sena has offered Ra-
jendra Gudha to join the party. Chandra Raj Singhvi is the
party in charge of the party led by Shinde faction. He said
that Gudha is respected and welcomed in the party.
IT WAS A COLLECTIVE
DECISION: RANDHAWA
Congress in
charge for Ra-
jasthan Sukhjinder
Singh Randhawa said
that the one who does
not follow the ideology
of the Congress has no
place in the party and the
decision to sack Gudha
was a “collective” decision.
Randhawa said he had
talked to Gudha in the
past about his controver-
sial statements and he
had assured him that he
would maintain the party
discipline. The move to
sack Gudha was a collec-
tive decision, he said at a
press conference at the
PCC war room. “‘It is my
and the state president’s
job to maintain discipline
in the party,” he said.
CM GEHLOT: IT IS OUR INTERNAL MATTER;
DHARIWAL CALLS GUDHA A ‘SPOILT CASE’
DOTASRAACCUSESRAJENDRARATHOREOF
BEINGINTOUCHWITHGUDHAFORHISREMARK
CM Ashok Gehlot and UDH
Minister Shanti Dhariwal have
reacted over the sacking of
their minister Rajendra Gudha. CM
Gehlot said, “This is our internal mat-
ter and we will discuss this among
ourselves”. Minister Shanti Dhariwal
said in hindi that “Gudha Bigda Hua Case”.
PCC Chief Govind Singh
Dotasra said that leader of
opposition Rajendra Rathore
was encroaching the post of the BJP
state president. He accused Rathore
of hijacking the party organization.
“Rajendra Rathore had said in the
morning that he was asked by a ‘responsible leader’
that he was going to do a dhamaka in the house.
After this, Rajendra Gudha gave the statement.”
Courtesy meet
Rajya Sabha MP and State BJP incharge Arun Singh paid a
courtesy call on Governor Kalraj Mishra at Raj Bhavan in
Jaipur on Saturday.
Raje,otherBJPleaders
cornerGovtoverGudha
First India Bureau
Jaipur
In the aftermath of Ra-
jendra Gudha being
sacked as minister in
Ashok Gehlot led Con-
gress Government in
State, reactions from
opposition is also on its
new height. Former
chief minister Vasund-
hara Raje said that by
sacking a minister for
speaking the truth, the
Congress has proved
that controlling crime
against women and im-
proving law and order
is beyond the control of
the government.
Leader of opposition
Rajendra Rathore said
that Rajendra Gudha
hasalsomadeamention
of a red diary, and that
diary should be brought
in front of everyone.
Meanwhile, Union
Minister Gajendra Sin-
gh Shekhawat said that
The Gehlot government
will “muzzle” every
voice raised for the se-
curity and dignity of
womeninRajasthanand
many other Congress
MLAs may face action
for speaking the truth.
“Gudha’s termina-
tion shows that the Ge-
hlot govt will muzzle
every voice raised by
concerned legislators
for the security and
dignity of women in
the state”, Shekhawat
told reporters. “Gehlot
cannot tolerate any
person speaking the
truth and raising ques-
tions,” Shekhawat said.
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Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023
Everything that we
hope for will not come
to pass in the natural
order of things but why drown
in despair when one can be joy-
ous in hope?
Dr JAGDEESH CHANDRA,
CEO  Editor-in-Chief, First India
WHO WILL GET THE COMMAND OF ED?
BJP’S STRATEGY AGAINST OPPOSITION
...AND FINALLY
anjay Mishra, the current director of the
ED, will have to step down on July 31
after the intervention of the Supreme
Court. Speculations are rife as to who
will replace him. Some of the names that have
emerged are Nitin Gupta, the current chairman
of the CBDT;
Praveen Kumar,
a member of the
CBDT; Pankaj
Mishra, head
of the Financial
Intelligence Unit;
Seemanchal Das,
who has given his services in ED in the past; an
IPS officer of UT cadre - K Sanjay Beniwal; HBS
Gill from Gujarat and 1997 batch IPS Anupam
Singh Gehlot of Gujarat cadre. Seemanchal Das,
former Private Secretary to Arun Jaitley, hails
from Odisha and is a 1988 batch IRS. He was
appointed Advisor to the Executive Director of the
IMF in 2020 for three years.
he BJP is now working on a new strat-
egy to counter the latest announce-
ment by the united opposition. Its view
was seen in the NDA dinner, when PM
Modi called for 'equal participation and equal
responsibility' from the 38 constituents of the
NDA. Prime Minister Modi had dinner with NDA
leaders. Leaders like Eknath Shinde, Jitan Ram
Manjhi, Neiphiu Rio of Nagaland and Palani
Swamy of Tamil Nadu were sitting at the din-
ner table with the PM. Other top leaders of the
government had dinner with Jana Sena leader
and big hero of Telugu films Pawan Kalyan
and other lead-
ers. It is another
matter that more
than half of the
parties involved
in increasing the
count in NDA do
not have a single
won seat, but these parties have the ability to
influence the vote count. On the other hand, it
is also true that BJP alone is enough in front
of the new opposition alliance. Apart from this,
the BJP leaders have also made a strategy that
'all the parties included in NDA will be divided
into groups of 10-10 and senior ministers will
be made in-charge and co-incharge of one such
group, who will ensure coordination with these
parties. Whenever the top leadership has to
meet these constituents, they will meet them as
a group, that is, the NDA has geared up to give
an equal answer to the opposition.
SP supremo Mayawati may have kept an equal distance from both the
NDA and INDIA alliances, yet she is busy preparing for the 2024 Lok
Sabha elections from within. Sources reveal that after the Bengaluru
meeting of the united opposition, Mayawati
had a long chat with two of her close confidants,
Satish Chandra Mishra and Uma Shankar Singh in
which ‘Behenji’ specifically expressed concern about
the recent mayoral elections in UP. Maya believed
that ‘her two core vote bank Dalits and Muslims are
also shifting from BSP’. She also feels that ‘in recent
times the trend of Muslim and Dalit voters has in-
creased towards Congress’. It is said that Mayawati
has authorized Satish Chandra Mishra to ‘talk directly to the top leadership of
Congress and find out if there can be a direct alliance between Congress and BSP
in UP? If yes, then what will be the mathematics of seat coordination?
By Tridib Raman
The author is a journalist and political commentator
and views expressed are his personal
FIRST INDIA SUNDAY SPECIAL
Mirch Masala
BJP KEEPING DISTANCE FROM CHANDRABABU NAIDU?
n response to ‘INDIA’, the NDA
meeting convened in Delhi was
attended by 38 parties, but
TDP ie Telugu Desam Party’s
absence from that meeting was surprising,
while prior to the meeting TDP re-joining
NDA was almost certain. TDP chief Chan-
drababu Naidu was also singing praises
of PM Modi for the past several months
and he had also held meetings with Amit
Shah and JP Nadda in Delhi. So, it was
believed that Chandrababu Naidu would
again join the NDA in the coming
days. But all Naidu’s hopes were
dashed when the BJP sidelined
him. There is a big reason behind
this. BJP has recently conducted
a comprehensive opinion poll in
Andhra and Telangana and it is
said that after the results of this
survey, the saffron party has
become more alert. The
results of this survey
revealed that the
base of Naidu’s
Telugu Desam has slipped in both the
states of Andhra and Telangana. In such a
situation, BJP did not want to upset Jagan
Mohan Reddy in Andhra and KCR in Tel-
angana for Naidu. While Jagan’s support
in the Rajya Sabha was the BJP’s rallying
cry, KCR has been roped in by the BJP to
breach the opposition’s citadel in Maha-
rashtra, which has a large Telugu-speak-
ing population in the Vidarbha region.
So, bringing a 360-degree change in its
strategy, the BJP declared Chandrababu’s
staunch opponent in Andhra and
his sister-in-law, NT Rama Rao’s
daughter D. Purandeshwari as
the state president of the Andhra
BJP. And in Telangana, Union
minister G. Kishan Reddy was
appointed as the state president
of Telangana by removing
Bandi Sanjay who is considered
a staunch supporter of
Chandrababu and a
staunch opponent of
KCR.
B
S
T
I
WHY IS NITISH
UNHAPPY?
hy has Nitish
Kumar, who
emerged as
the biggest leader of
the opposition unit,
suddenly disappeared
from the opposition
platform these days?
Earlier it was discussed
that he is not happy
with this alliance being
named as ‘INDIA’, but
Nitish put a brake on all
these speculations by
giving a statement on
his own behalf. In fact,
when Nitish reached
Bengaluru to participate
in the Mahakumbh of
the opposition party, he
thought that his entry
in this film would be
like a hero, but Mamata
sabotaged his plans.
Mamata has openly
said that ‘Rahul Gandhi
is her favorite leader’.
This shows that the
main opposition parties
are also looking at the
2024 general elections
as a battle of ‘Modi vs
Rahul’. Rahul Gandhi
has also appeared in a
different avatar these
days. Congress is also
riding on the waves of
excessive enthusiasm.
In Bihar where Lalu
and Nitish together are
proposing six seats
for Congress under
coalition dharma in
2024 elections, Rahul
is demanding half of
the state’s seats i.e. 20
Lok Sabha seats for
Congress, more or less
the same is the case
with UP.
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BJPscaredofourgovt’s
decisions:CMGehlot
Attacking the Opposition Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said
that Rajasthan BJP leaders have mastered the art of lying
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
CMAshok Gehlot on Sat-
urday claimed that 6 lakh
children in Rajasthan are
getting benefits in the fos-
terscheme.“Thisisavery
unique plan. Caring for 6
lakh children is a big deal.
If you don’t take care of
them, don’t know where
they will go. If our govt
comes, it can also put a
guarantee act. A child has
the right to take benefit
from the Guarantee Act.
We are giving pension to
1 crore people, providing
relief to farmers. These
people are scared of our
decisions. Rajasthan BJP
leader have mastered ly-
ing,” Gehlot said while
addressing a press confer-
ence at the CMR.
On formation of united
opposition - INDIA alli-
ance - Gehlot said, “It had
to happen. They are tear-
ing apart the constitution
of country.” Interestingly,
the CM also reflected on a
questionabouthissonand
said, “I didn’t think about
son Vaibhav at first. Now,
we have to think.”
Commenting on BJP’s
‘Nahi Sahega Rajasthan’
campaign against the
Congress government in
the poll-bound state, Ge-
hlot said the saffron party
only showed ‘Nikamma-
pan’ (uselessness) in the
four-and-a-half years in
the state and therefore
peoplearesayingthatthey
will not tolerate BJP.
Yogesh Sharma
Jaipur
Congress in charge for
Rajasthan Sukhjinder
Singh Randhawa while
condemning the Manipur
incident, he said that BJP
has nothing to do with is-
sues of people and only
does politics.
“BJP doesn’t care
whether Manipur burns
or any other serious inci-
dent happens,” he said.
Over resentment of
Congress MLA Divya
Maderna, Randhawa
said he had a conversa-
tion with her today.
He said that discussion
took place regarding
some works of her con-
stituency.
Randhwa said that Di-
vya Maderna did not
show indiscipline and
her family has always
been devoted to the Con-
gress party. Reacting
over sacking of Rajendra
Gudha, he said, “‘It is
my and the state presi-
dent’s job to maintain
discipline in the party.
The Congress party
needs those people who
follow the ideology of
the Congress. The one
who does not follow the
ideology of the party has
no place in the Con-
gress,” he said.
Randhawa said that it
had become Gudha’s
“habit” to run down the
party.
Referring to Rajendra
Rathore’s statement in
the assembly shortly af-
ter the comment of Gud-
ha, Randhawa said that
the party will look into
whether there was any
understanding between
Gudha and Rathore.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
UDH minister Shanti
Dhariwal on Saturday
assured a delegation
of sanitation workers
to look into their de-
mands.
The delegation of
Shramik Sangh held a
meeting with the min-
ister at his residence
and apprised him of
their demands of giv-
ing priority to experi-
ence certificates in
recruitments.
Nand Kishore Dan-
doriya, President of
Shramik Sangh, said
that the minister has
given assurance to
look into the demands.
He said that the
meeting ended on a
positive note.
Notably, on last
Tuesday Minister
Shanti Kumar Dhari-
wal met a delegation
of sanitation employ-
ees over their long-
pending demand for
recruitment, wherein,
it was decided that a
delegation of sanita-
tion staff will direct-
ly talk to officials and
if a decision isn’t tak-
en, then stir will be
held from Monday.
CMAshokGehlotaddressingthemediaattheCMRonSaturday.(L-R)ParsadiLalMeena,PSKhachariyawas,
Shanti Dhariwal, Virender Rathore, SS Randhawa, Govind S Dotasra, Amrrita Dhawan, Qazi Nizamuddin,
Tikaram Jully, Lokesh Sharma, Shashikant Sharma and others are also seen. SANTOSH SHARMA
Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa speaking at the launch of membership
drive of Social Media and Digital Platforms Department of Rajasthan
PCC in Jaipur on Friday. FILE
PM WANTS TO BECOME VISHWA GURU, BUT AT
LEAST TAKE CARE OF HOUSE FIRST: CM GEHLOT
Reacting to PM Modi and Manipur violence, Gehlot
said, “Manipur is on fire and Supreme Court has given
a strong message. Manipur is burning, many people
have died. Don’t know how many people died there. More
than 100 incidents happened, Manipur CM has said so. Why
didn’t PM make a statement inside the Parliament. Violence
has occurred in Manipur due to the Centre’s negligence. PM
hurt the pride of Rajasthan. PM wants to become Vishwa
Guru, but at least first take care of house first,” Gehlot said.
BJP doesn’t care about
Manipur or any other
incident: Randhawa
Dhariwal’s talks
with sanitation
staff end on
positive note
Shanti Dhariwal
n a world that
c o n t i n u a l l y
evolves, one as-
pect of fashion
remains eter-
nally captivat-
ing: the enduring allure of prin-
cess fashion. Inspired by regal
opulence and fairy tale en-
chantment, princess fashion
takes us on a journey back to
the realm of royalty, where so-
phistication meets whimsy, and
elegance reigns supreme.
Princess fashion tran-
scends generations with its
timeless appeal. Drawing
inspiration from classic
fairy tales, historical peri-
ods, and real-life royalty,
this style encapsulates
grace, femininity, and gran-
deur. Ball gowns adorned
with intricate embroidery,
delicate lace, and cascading
layers of tulle evoke a
sense of magic and fan-
tasy. The signature sil-
houette, characterized
by fitted bodices and
voluminous skirts, ac-
centuates the feminine
form and adds an
air of regal sophistication.
Rich textiles such as satin,
silk, and velvet are essential to
create the regal allure of prin-
cess fashion. These luxurious
fabrics drape elegantly, exud-
ing an aura of glamour and
grandiosity.
Delightful accents like bows,
ribbons, and floral motifs in-
fuse a touch of whimsy into
princess fashion. These dainty
embellishments contribute to
the overall fairy tale
charm.
While prin-
cess fashion is
deeply rooted in history, it con-
tinues to inspire contemporary
designers to create modern in-
terpretations that capture the
essence of the genre. Elements
of princess fashion can be
found in various clothing piec-
es, from evening gowns to
cocktail dresses, and even in
casual wear with the use of tulle
skirts or delicate lace accents.
The fascination with prin-
cess fashion extends beyond
the runways and into popular
culture. Iconic Disney prin-
cesses like Cinderella, Belle,
and Elsa have played a pivotal
role in popularizing this fash-
ion style among younger audi-
ences. Their iconic ball gowns
have become symbols of ele-
gance and dreams, influencing
countless bridal collections and
red-carpet looks.
The allure of princess fash-
ion is not confined to special
occasions or elaborate events.
Embracing the princess within
can be as simple as incorporat-
ing elements of this style into
everyday wear. A flowing
maxi dress with subtle
embellishments or a
chic top with delicate lace de-
tailing can infuse a touch of
fairy tale charm into any ward-
robe.
Princess fashion
weaves a captivating tap-
estry of elegance, magic,
and timeless charm.
Rooted in history and
embraced by modern-
day fashionistas, this
style continues to en-
chant with its regal al-
lure and enduring ap-
peal. Whether on the
red carpet or the
streets, the princess
fashion phenomenon
reminds us that a
touch of whimsy and
grace can elevate any
outfit to a royal level
of elegance. So, em-
brace your inner prin-
cess and let your
fashion choic-
es transport
you to a
world of
enchant-
m e n t
and ele-
gance!
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City First
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s the monsoon
season ap-
proaches, it's
time to revamp
our beauty
routines to en-
sure our make-
up stays fresh and flawless de-
spite the unpredictable weather.
Renowned makeover expert Ri-
cha Agarwal shares some handy
tips for essential monsoon make-
up and beauty care through
which you can ace your look
without worrying about makeup
meltdowns. Let's dive in!o it.
PRIME YOUR CANVAS
Before applying any makeup, it's
crucial to prep your skin to en-
sure a smooth and long-lasting
finish. Start by cleansing your
face with a gentle cleanser to re-
move any dirt or excess oil.
Follow up with a lightweight
moisturizer to keep your skin hy-
drated. Finally, apply a primer
suitable for your skin type to cre-
ate a smooth base for your
makeup.
CHOOSE WATERPROOF
FORMULAS
To combat the humidity and rain,
opt for waterproof makeup prod-
ucts. Waterproof foundation,
concealer, eyeliner, and mascara
will ensure your makeup stays
intact even in the heaviest down-
pours. These products are formu-
lated to resist water and sweat,
providing you with a flawless
look that won't melt away.
LIGHTEN UP YOUR BASE
During the monsoon season,
it's advisable to go for a
lightweight and breathable
foundation. Heavy foun-
dations can feel suffocat-
ing on the skin and are
more likely to melt off
in humid conditions.
Instead, choose a
lightweight, water-
based foundation or
a tinted moisturiz-
er to even out your skin tone
while allowing your skin to
breathe.
OPT FOR CREAM-BASED
PRODUCTS
Incorporating cream-based
products into your monsoon
makeup routine can be a game-
changer. Cream blushes and eye-
shadows tend to blend seam-
lessly into the skin, providing a
natural and dewy finish. They
also have better staying power
compared to powder products,
making them perfect for the
monsoon season.
SET YOUR MAKEUP
To ensure your makeup lasts all
day, don't forget to set it with a
waterproof setting spray or
translucent powder. Setting
sprays help to lock your makeup
in place, preventing it from
smudging or melting off. Trans-
lucent powder, on the other hand,
helps to control shine and absorb
excess oil, leaving your skin
looking fresh and matte.
FOCUS ON EYE MAKEUP
Since the monsoon season often
comes with unpredictable rain
showers, it's important to pay ex-
tra attention to your eye makeup.
Opt for a waterproof eyeliner and
mascara to prevent smudging and
panda eyes.Additionally, choose
long-wearing eyeshadows and
avoid heavy, dark smokey eye
looks that are prone to creasing.
KEEP YOUR LIPS HYDRATED
Moisturized lips are a must-have
during the monsoon season. Keep
your lips hydrated by applying a
lip balm or a hydrating lipstick.
Optforbrighterandvibrantshades
to add a pop of color to your over-
all look. Avoid matte lipsticks, as
they tend to accentuate dryness
and may not last as long. With
these monsoon makeup and beau-
ty care tips, you can confident-
ly step out during the rainy
season without worrying
about your makeup
melting away. Re-
member to prep
your skin, choose
waterproof for-
mulas, and focus
on lightweight
and cream-
based products.
Don't forget to
set your makeup
and pay attention
to your eye makeup
and lip care. Embrace
the monsoons while look-
ing effortlessly beautiful!
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ACING MONSOON MAKEUP
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YOUR DAILY HOROSCOPE
ARIES
MAR 21 - APR 20
A vacation you only dreamed about is
likely to become a reality soon. Healthy
eating will help prevent digestive ailments.
Money will be no constraint in buying what
you like. Driving down with lover to a hap-
pening place is indicated today.
LEO
JULY 24 - AUGUST 23
You are likely to find the day most auspi-
cious. Your knowledge about your line of
work will be roundly appreciated and get
you the thumbs up from higher ups. Friends
and family may get together to give you a
surprise and make your day.
SAGITTARIUS
NOV 23 - DEC 22
Problem about finances will be resolved.
Those on medication will find a distinct
improvement in their condition. Smooth
going is indicated for those on a long
journey. Stars on the property front appear
the brightest.
LIBRA
SEPT 24 - OCTOBER 22
Something you have implemented at work
is likely to profit the company and get
you noticed. You are likely to celebrate
the achievement of a family youngster in
a grand way. Shifting into your very own
house may soon become a reality.
AQUARIUS
JAN 21 - FEB 19
Your stars favour a bright beautiful day .A
family reunion is on the cards and you may
get invited to a social function. Tax advisor
will be a big help in saving taxes, so don’t
hesitate. It is difficult for the relationship of
friends turned lovers to fall apart, so relax.
TAURUS
APR 21 - MAY 20
Your popularity is set to soar on both
personal and professional fronts. Some of
you will have to curb your splurging ways.
Family life will cruise along smoothly with
much love and bonhomie. Don’t speed up
on the road.
VIRGO
AUG 24 - SEP 23
Money put together on previous occasions
is likely to come in handy. A family young-
ster is keen to learn from you, so don’t
disappoint. Settling down in a new house
is indicated for some. You may have to
awaken partner’s interest in you once.
CAPRICORN
DEC 23 - JAN 20
Some clarification will need to be sought
on a financial issue, before you take the
next step. Efforts in the real estate market
may bear fruit. A project left halfway by
someone else may come on your shoulders,
but your efforts will be acknowledged.
SCORPIO
OCT 23 - NOVEMBER 22
Your financial situation is set to improve,
as earning opportunities come to you. Help
from co-workers in a time consuming task
will be forthcoming on the work front. Sup-
port of family will encourage you to take
up a challenge.
PISCES
FEB20 - MARCH 20
Changes made by you at workplace may
not be appreciated by all. Strict dietary con-
trol will keep you fit as a fiddle. A family
reunion is on the cards and will enable you
to meet everyone. You can be tasked to or-
ganise an outing for friends and relations.
GEMINI
MAY 21 - JUNE 21
Help extended to someone will help him
or her get ahead on the academic front.
People falling under this sign will have
very refreshing day. Visiting a mall or
watching a movie with family is likely to be
the highlight of the day for some.
CANCER
JUNE 22 - JULY 23
Money coming from various streams will
keep you in an elated state of mind. A
new fitness regime that you have adopted
promises to keep you in the pink of health.
Your search for perfect partner may soon
be over.
by Saurabbh Sachdeva
Face
Day
of the
move any dirt or excess oil.
moisturizer to keep your skin hy-
makeup.
CHOOSE WATERPROOF
To combat the humidity and rain,
ucts. Waterproof foundation,
will ensure your makeup stays
intact even in the heaviest down-
lated to resist water and sweat,
providing you with a flawless
look that won't melt away.
it's advisable to go for a
lightweight and breathable
ing on the skin and are
more likely to melt off
in humid conditions.
lightweight, water-
based foundation or
intact even in the heaviest down-
pours. These products are formu-
lated to resist water and sweat,
Richa Agarwal with the model
Beautiful makeup done by
Richa Agarwal on a model
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Beyond the
F
ashion is a powerful
tool for self-expres-
sion and has played a
significant role in
shaping cultural iden-
tities around the world.
Bollywood, the vibrant and glamorous
Indian film industry, has given rise to
numerous fashion icons who have left
an indelible mark on the world of style.
From the golden era to the present day,
these Bollywood fashion icons have
captured the hearts of
millions and continue to
inspire fashion enthusi-
asts around the globe.
One of the most iconic
figures in Bollywood
fashion is the legendary
actress, Madhubala.
Known for her grace and
elegance, Madhubala’s
timeless style during the
1950s and 1960s set her
apart. Her ethereal saris,
delicate jewellery, and
signature winged eyelin-
er continue to be emulat-
ed by fashion enthusiasts
who seek to recreate her classic and
feminine look.
Moving into the 1970s, we encounter
the style icon Zeenat Aman. With her
bold fashion choices and fearless atti-
tude, Zeenat Aman revolutionized the
Bollywood fashion scene. Her bell-
bottom pants, bohemian maxi dresses,
and statement accessories became syn-
onymous with her free-spirited persona.
ZeenatAman’s fashion sense embodied
the spirit of the era and left an everlast-
ing impact on Bollywood fashion.
As we enter the 1990s, we come
across the effervescent fashionista,
Kajol. Known for her infec-
tious energy and relatable
charm, Kajol’s fashion
choices resonated with
a generation. Her vi-
brant and eclectic
ensembles, whether
it was her colour-
ful printed sal-
war suits or her
trendy crop tops paired with jeans,
made her a style icon for the youth of
that time.
In the early 2000s, Bollywood wit-
nessed the emergence of the ever-styl-
ish Rani Mukerji. With her chic and
contemporary fashion sense, Rani
Mukerji became a trendsetter. From her
stylish fusion outfits to her elegant red-
carpet appearances, she effortlessly
combined traditional elements with
modern silhouettes, creating a unique
and captivating style.
Fast forward to the
present day, and we
have the charismatic
fashion icon, Deepika
Padukone. Known for
her impeccable fash-
ion choices, Deepika’s
red carpet-appearanc-
es and magazine cov-
ers have consistently
made headlines. Her
ability to effortlessly
carry off avant-
garde couture
gowns or chic and
edgy streetwear
sets her apart as a style icon of
the modern era.
Bollywood fashion icons of
the past have left an enduring
impact on the industry, shap-
ing trends and inspiring gen-
erations to come. Their dis-
tinct styles, be it the time-
less elegance of Madhubala
or the contemporary chic of
Deepika Padukone, contin-
ue to influence and redefine
the world of fashion. As we
celebrate these Bollywood
style legends, let us honour
their contributions
to the world of
fashion and ac-
knowledge the
power of
Bollywood
in shaping
g l o b a l
s t y l e
trends.
Mitali
Dusad
mitalidusad01
@gmail.com
City First explores Bollywood's iconic fashion
icons, from Madhubala to Deepika Padukone,
who define style and inspire generations!
CLOCKWISE: Madhubala, Kajol Devgan, Deepika Padukone and Rani Mukerji
Zeenat Aman
City First
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he Prabha
K h a i t a n
F o u n d a -
tion (PKF)
organised
the ‘Kalam’ event series
in Jaipur, where re-
nowned film critic and
authorAjay Bhramatmaj
was the guest speaker on
Saturday.
The event featured an
engaging conversation
between Ajay Bhramat-
maj and Preeti Mehta, an
Ehsaas Woman from
Jodhpur.
Kalam is an initiative
of the Prabha Khaitan
Foundation, in associa-
tion with We CARE,
supported by Shree Ce-
ment as part of its CSR
initiative. During the
event, Ajay Bhramatmaj
shared his journey of be-
coming a writer. He re-
vealed that he started as
a primary student of
Film Writing and later
took up writing assign-
ments during his MA
studies at JNU to earn
extra income. Despite
aspiring to become a
teacher, he realized dur-
ing his PhD that it wasn’t
feasible. After working
for six years in China, he
returned home and re-
sumed his writing as-
signments.
Ajay Bhramatmaj’s
turning point came in
1991 when he got in
touch with Irfan Khan,
who introduced him to
various Bollywood per-
sonalities. At the age of
40, he secured his first
job and today, he en-
courages aspiring jour-
nalists to start a blog. He
mentioned that his blog,
“chawanichap,” has be-
come a valuable asset
where people can read
about various film art-
ists. Apra Kuchhal, the
chairperson of We Care
and Convener PKF- Ra-
jasthan  Central India
Affairs, delivered the
opening address. Dr
Faiza Abbasi from
Ehsaas Prospect Aligarh
presented a memento
during the event.
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GREETINGS!
STAGECRAFT
WORKSHOP
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U
nder the par-
ticipation of
Jawahar Kala
Kendra in the
world of art, on the fourth
day of the stagecraft
workshop organised by
Rajasthan Sangeet Natak
Academy, participants
learned the intricacies of
stagecraft from the ex-
pert Firoz Khan on Fri-
day. Binaka Jeth, the
President of the Acade-
my, informed that as per
the vision of State Minis-
ter and senior theatre art-
ist Ramesh Borana, three
trainers were invited.
Feroz Khan, a nation-
al-level theatre director,
puppeteer, renowned sce-
nic designer, theatre-in-
education expert, digital
artist, magician, writer,
music composer, and
visual artist, explained in
detail the various aspects
of stagecraft, particularly
focusing on stage imagi-
nation. He explained how
to use light and property
in accordance with the
artists and the scene. He
also demonstrated the
practical aspects of creat-
ing different shapes and
their use. He emphasized
the importance of main-
taining balance in stage
composition and ex-
plained the psychology
of the audience’s percep-
tion of the set and per-
formers. He elaborated
on the proportion and
division techniques in
designing a better stage
composition.
Janam Shatabdi Samaroh was organised at the Pinkcity Press Club to commemorate the glorious journey of the late Mukesh, a playback singer on Saturday. Jagdeesh Chandra graced the occasion as the Chief
Guest. With profound reverence, he paid homage to the singer, acknowledging his significant contributions to the music industry. He also honoured Senior Journalist Praveen Chandra Chhabra for his remarkable
75 years of exemplary service in the media industry. Gopal Sharma, the owner of Mahanagar Times and Senior Journalist Satya Pareek, who previously served as the President of the Pink City Press Club also
graced the occasion with their presence.  SANTOSH SHARMA
Kalam:Featuring
AjayBhramatmaj
HONOURING CEREMONY!
T
A talk show was organised by the IIS University, Mansarovar
on Saturday. Bhavika Thawani, who secured the 100th
All India Rank in the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2022, was
felicitated by the Chancellor, Dr Ashok Gupta, and the
Registrar, Dr Rakhi Gupta, at the university campus. During
the event, Bhavika highlighted the support she received from
IIS University in achieving her current position. More than
300 enthusiastic students attended the interactive session
and asked Bhavika several questions. The Coordinator of the
Department of Center for Preparatory Classes, Riddhisiddh
Singh, was also present on this occasion.
Leadership coach Rahul Malodia emphasized the significance
of mindset in business during the ‘Businessman to CEO Retreat
3.0’ event held in Jaipur. Addressing 300 entrepreneurs, he
stressed that the brain’s survival programming can hinder
productivity and creativity, leading to missed opportunities.
Rahul highlighted five crucial elements for business success:
Business Idea, Business Model, Finance, Timing and Team.
He emphasized that timing plays a pivotal role in business
success, followed by the efficiency of the team, financial
management and a well-defined business model. The event
aimed to equip entrepreneurs with valuable insights to thrive
in the competitive business landscape.
WHAT’S HAPPENING!
Jagdeesh Chandra was greeted by Aastha Agrawat, as
she reached the former’s residence on Friday, July 22.
She sought the former’s blessings for being appointed as
the Development Officer in LIC Jaipur Division. During the
occasion, Aastha’s father Satish Kumar Agrawat was also
present. Jagdeesh Chandra congratulated Aastha and wished
her all the best for her future endeavours.
FormerCMVasundharaRaje
reachedtheresidenceof
formerStatePresidentof
BharatiyaJanataPartyand
formerMLAAshokParnami
atAdrashNagarinJaipur.She
expressedcondolencesonthe
deathofParnami’smother,
DurgaDeviandprayedforthe
peaceofthedepartedsoul.
Duringthevisit,Rajealsomet
theParnamifamily.92-year-
oldDurgaDevipassedaway
onJune20.
CONDOLENCES!
In the series of Net Theat programs, two emerging young
artists, tabla players Narendra Singh and Ashish Kumar,
mesmerized the audience with their magical finger
movements on the tabla on Saturday. Rajendra Sharma Raju,
from Net Theat, mentioned that tabla virtuoso Narendra
Singh began his performance with rhythmic compositions
like Uthan, Paran, Dhir Dhir Na and Dhage Tite Dhada Tite.
Following Narendra’s performance, the talented tabla artist
Ashish Kumar displayed a jugalbandi with rhythmic patterns
from his Delhi gharana heritage.
DURING THE DAY!
The members of Mukesh Fan Club Jaipur organised a
program titled “Jag Mei Reh Jayenge...Pyare Tere Bol” at
Maharana Pratap Auditorium on Saturday. In this event,
a musical tribute was paid to the renowned vocalist late
Mukesh. The city’s music enthusiasts and non-professional
singers like architect Dheeraj Jhamariya, engineer Kishor
Sarawgi, advocate Jay Sharma, engineer Vinod Garg,
Maru Kokila Seema Mishra, and music teacher Mamta
Jha presented musical performances. The program also
featured reminiscences of Mukesh, his musical journey, his
film career and his personality.
The Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA),
Sapta Shakti Command is conducting an
Exhibition “Veer Smriti” from July 22 to July
23 July at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur to
commemorate the supreme sacrifice made by
our valiant soldiers in Kargil War. The event was
inaugurated July 22 by Sushila Sharma, Mother of
Capt Amit Bhardwaj and Santosh Kanwar, wife of Naik Anand Singh, both heroes
of the Kargil War. Shakunthala Raju, Regional President AWWA interacted with the
families of fallen soldiers and honoured them for their contribution to our nation
and the Indian Army. The events associated with the exhibition witnessed a heavy
footfall of families of serving soldiers, students and the local populace.
Jagdeesh Chandra with Gopal Sharma, Praveen Chandra Chhabra, Satya Pareek,
Aditya Nag and Rajesh Agrawal during the lamp lighting ceremony Jagdeesh Chandra with Satya Pareek, Praveen Chandra Chhabra and Gopal Sharma
Jagdeesh Chandra addressing the audience
Ajay Bhramatmaj in conversation with Preeti Mehta
Gyan and Govind
Dr Faiza, Preeti and Apra
Anju, Sadhana and Neeta
Jagdeesh Chandra being greeted by Aastha Agrawat.
Also seen is Satish Kumar Agrawat
Shankar and Ram
During the workshop
MUKESH KIRADOO
SANTOSH
SHARMA
MUKESH
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Congratulating the ex- porters of Bhilwara re- gion, Rawat said that CM Ashok Gehlot is continu- ously making efforts to increase the export trade of the state. “Under ‘Mis- sion Be an Exporter’, dry port has been established through Rajsico to pro- vide transport facility to the exporters for exports to foreign countries. In view of the demand of the industrial organiza- tions of industrial city Bhilwara, the state gov- ernment has decided to re-operationalize the ICD here” she said. Rawat said that in the financial budget 2022- 23, the state govt has an- nounced for the expan- sion of Jodhpur ICD at a cost of Rs 95 crore. Shakuntala Rawat, Ram Lal Jat, and Rajiv Arora at re-opening of ICD at Azad Nagar in Bhilwara on Saturday. Narendra Aseri, Dr. Manisha Arora, Akshay Tripathi, Ashish Modi were also present. R Kota: Two persons and 35 goats died of light- ning during the rain on Kota. The incident happened in Kanwas area of Sangod on Sat- urday. The deceased had gone for grazing goats when the inci- dent happened. A house was also dam- aged due to lightning, said the police. Mean- while, two children drowned in Rudaval area of Bharatpur dis- trict on Saturday. Two die of lightning in Kota, two kids drown in Bharatpur Jaipur: A 26-year-old youth allegedly commit- ted suicide by jumping into Jal Mahal on Satur- day, police said. Police informed the deceased has been identified as Ir- fan, a resident of Khori Kalan in the Mewat re- gion of Haryana. 26-yr-old youth jumps into Jal Mahal in Jaipur, dies IN BRIEF Jodhpur: Jodhpur wit- nessed a major crack- down by the police against illegally operat- ing hookah bars. Under the direction of Police Commissioner Ravi Dutt Gaur, a major oper- ation was conducted in Sardarpura & Basni po- lice station areas, in which 24 suspects were arrested. A large quantity of hookahs, pipes, fla- vours & other materials were also confiscated. 24 held in action against hookah bars ‘Lovelorn’ man stabs 20-yr-old woman to death, hangs self ACCUSED UPLOADED PHOTO OF THE GIRL ON WHATSAPP STATUS From his uncle’s house, Suresh uploaded a photo of him with Khushbu on WhatsApp ‘status’ with a caption saying he could not see her with someone else, and then hanged himself, Circle Officer Navalgarh Rao Anand Kumar said. Suresh worked as a liquor shop attendant, while Khusbhu was pursuing BEd. Both lived in the same village and were from the same community. The CO said Navin, who was with Suresh when he killed Khushbu, has been detained. The bodies were handed over to family mem- bers after post-mortem. Saraf,othersprotests overrisingcrime First India Bureau Jaipur MLA Kalicharan Saraf along with hundreds of activists and local busi- nessmen gheraoed the Bajaj Nagar police sta- tion on Saturday against increasing crime. DCP Gyan ChandYadav, how- ever, assured them that immediate action would be taken after which he ended the protest.Saraf said that an incident of theft was reported in the Bajaj Nagar police sta- tion area, where shutters of two shopkeepers were broken and cash looted and a pistol was stolen from a retired officer in Tonk Gate area. “I talked to the higher officials but more than 15 days have passed and no action has been taken,” he said. Shivdaspura and Bada Padampura set to be new economic hubs Abhishek Shrivastava Jaipur The case of declaring the areas around the capital, including Shivdaspura and Badapadampura, as a major economic zone has once again faced a set- back. First India News had reported on this issue a few days ago. The rea- son for this setback was that the notification is- sued by the JDA was not published in the Official Gazette as required. The implementation of the land use plan for this area could only be done after its publication in the ga- zette. However, now the Urban Development Minister, Shanti Dhari- wal, has given approval to publish the notifica- tion in the gazette. With the implementa- tion of the land use plan, the comprehensive de- velopment of this 2,500-hectare area will be possible. Approxi- mately 2,000 hectares of land in Shivdaspura and Badapadampura has been reserved for the Green- field airport since 2004. SC grants anticipatory bail in fraud case 15-year-old gangraped by boyfriend and two others in Barmer First India Bureau Jaipur A bench comprising Jus- tice S Ravindra Bhat and Justice Arvind Kumar granted anticipatory bail to the petitioner lady who was accused of offences under 420/406 of IPC. The bench further depre- cated the High Court or- der which failed to note this crucial aspect in its order and dismissed the bail application without any discussion on merits. “At the outset of the Court, this Court notices that though the order was lengthy, the learned judge has not applied his mind to one crucial aspect which was highlighted during the hearing viz that the petitioner had de- livered a child on 30/05/2022.” Mukesh Mathrani Barmer A 15-year-old minor girl has been gangraped by his boyfriend and two others late on Friday night in Barmer district. An in- cident has been reported from the Sheo police sta- tion area in Barmer. Ac- cording to the police, the victim was in a relation- ship with the accused. On the basis of the complaint, police have lodged the case under the relevant section of the POCSO act. Rampratap Singh, SHO at Sheo police station con- firmed the report. Police identified the main ac- cused as Rama Ram, a resident of Kudla village in Barmer. ParchedRamgarh Once the chief source of city’s water supply, the 125-year-old Ramgarh Dam used to get water from four rivers, which included the Rora, Ban Ganga, Tala, and Madhoveni rivers. After its construction in 1903, the Ramgarh Dam overflowed for the first time after 21 years. The last time the Ramgarh Dam was completely filled was after the floods in 1981. Even then, the government had ordered the opening of the gates of the Ramgarh Dam. In the following years, encroachments were made in the canals, drains, and smaller rivers and tributries of the Ramgarh Dam, which led to the closure of the water supply to it. After the encroachments increased on the Ban Ganga and its tributaries, not even a single drop of water could reach it which has been dry for years now. SUNIL SHARMA Saraswat is now Reg Coordinator of NTCG CREDAI election: Sanjay Gupta elected as president First India Bureau Jaipur Jaipur resident Saurabh Saraswat has been as- signed a significant re- sponsibility by the Ti- betan government-in- exile. He has been ap- pointed the Regional Coordinator in the Na- tional Tibetan Core Group formed for the Tibetan movement. Saraswat expressed his heartfelt thanks to the Ti- betan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. He is cur- rently serving as the Na- tional Secretary in the India-Tibet Association. Saraswat, an advocate in the Jaipur High Court, has been actively in- volved in the struggle for the liberation of Kailash Mansarovar and the Tibetan movement. Asif Khan Jaipur Gopal Gupta was elected as the Chairman of CRE- DAI Rajasthan in the election 2023 that took place at Pratishtha Ban- quets on Ajmer Road. Dhirendra Madan was elected asVice Chairman, Sanjay Gupta as President and Ravindra Pratap Sin- gh was elected to the post of General Secretary. Anil Kumar Gupta be- came executive presi- dent, Atul Kumar Modi, Anand Mishra, Ashish Agrawal and Atul Kris- han Modi were elected as Vice president. On the post of joint secretary, Ashish Kumar and Amit Vijayvargiya won, KC Parwal became treasurer and Anurag Sharma was unanimously elected as CREDAI pa- tron. Team Progressive and Team Democratic were face to face. During theAGM, both the groups had heated arguments but senior members inter- vened and the election process was started. Massive fire! A massive fire broke out at office of Emery Green Health Services 108 Ambulance in Malviya Nagar Industrial Area in Jaipur on Saturday morning. No casuality was reported. MUKESH KIRADOO Saurabh Saraswat Dhirendra Madan, Sanjay Gupta, Ravindra Pratap Singh along with other newly elected executive members on Saturday. Kalicharan Saraf along with hundreds of activists and local businessmen protest at Bajaj Nagar police station on Saturday. Petitioner Mamta along with Santosh were booked under Sections 420 406 of IPC accused of conducting pooja in their village Victim Priyanka and accused Suresh.
  • 3. RAJASTHAN www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 03 Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023 JAIPUR: CITY OF SAFARIS World’s first city with 7 safaris Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur aipur will be- come the first city in the world to have seven sa- faris. The state will have three leopards safaris, one each of Tiger, Lion, Elephant and Bird Safa- ri. Jhalana and Amagarh have leopard safari, Na- hargarh has Lion Safari, and Kunda has the famed Elephant Safari. Lion Safari started again in Nahargarh on Saturday after 20 days. It was closed due to bad roads after rains. Also, there are plans to start Bird Safari in Nahar- garh. The state’s first aviary will be built in Ramnivas Bagh zoo. First India Bureau Jaipur The District Congress Committee held a candle march in Jaipur on the violence in Manipur. The march was held at the Ambedkar Circle in which State in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Rand- hawa, ministers Mahesh Joshi, Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, former minister Naseem Akhtar, Jaipur City Congress President RR Tiwari, Ram Singh Kachhwaha and other office bearers and lead- ers were present. The leaders condemned the violence in Manipur. Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur BJP state president CP Joshi said that Congress leader and former MLA Ravindra Singh Bohra (Dholpur), Congress can- didate in last assembly election Dr Shivcharan Kushwah (Dholpur), for- mer CPI (M) MLA Pawan Duggal (Ganga- nagar), his wife Rani Duggal, CPM leader Vishnu Bhambhu (Gan- ganagar), Lalluram Bair- wa, who contested as- sembly election on BSP ticket, Rinki Verma, for- mer MP Dhan Singh Rawat (Banswara) and 10 other people joined the party on Friday. They joined the party in the presence of BJP national general secre- tary and in charge Arun Singh, state president CP Joshi and leader of oppo- sition Rajendra Rathore in the party office. The other leaders who joined the party are re- tired IPS Jaswant Sam- patram, retired IAS offic- ers S P Singh and Manoj Sharma, Congress leader Vivek Singh Bohra, Mamta Kanwar Rathore, former MLA DD Ku- mawat, retired additional commissioner (Jodhpur) Dinesh Ranga and Geeta Verma, (Sikrai Pradhan). Shubham Jain Ajmer Union minister and BJP’s election in charge for Ra- jasthan Pralhad Joshi said that the party has made a special strategy for Rajasthan where as- sembly elections are due later this year. Joshi said that BJP workers will reach out to the public on issues like the state gov- ernment’s failure on promises, increasing crimes, paper leak and corruption. “Rajasthan ranks first in women crime and cor- ruption. The state gov- ernment has failed on every front and people are ready to throw out Congress government,” he said. “Congress has cheated the people is now again distributing freebies to mislead them. This time the people of Rajasthan will give a befitting an- swer to them,” he said. FILE SS Randhawa, GS Dotasra, Amrrita Dhawan, Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, Archana Sharma, Rafeek Khan, Amin Kagzi, Naseem Akhtar, Jyoti Khandelwal, Munesh Gurjar other Congress leaders during protest on Saturday. MUKESH KIRADOO BJP state in-charge Arun Singh, Arun Chaturvedi, Narayan Panchariya, Shravan Singh Bagri and other BJP leaders during the mashal rally on Saturday in Jaipur. SANTOSH SHARMA BJP State in-charge Arun Singh, State President CP Joshi, LoP Rajendra Rathore, Shravan Bagri along with new members of BJP at party office in Jaipur on Saturday. SANTOSH SHARMA J SeveralincludingformerMLAs,IAS, IPS joinBJPaheadofRajelections A total of 17 new members joined BJP on Saturday Opposition Strengthened BJPAPPOINTSDIVISIONALIN-CHARGESANDCO-INCHARGESINSTATE BJP appointed divisional in-charge and co-in-charge in the state on Saturday. CR Chaudhary was appointed as Bikaner division in charge and Shravan Singh Bagdi, Jogendra Rajpurohit as co-incharge, Bhajanlal Sharma was made in- charge of Jaipur division and Bhanupratap Singh, Omprakash Bhadana, Satyanarayan Chaudhary were co-incharge. In Bharatpur division, Hemraj Meena Bharatpur was appointed in-charge and Somkant Sharma co-in- charge. Diya Kumari will be the in-charge of Ajmer divi- sion, and Vijender Poonia, Atar Singh Bhadana will be co-in-charge. Similarly, Jagveer Chaba will be Jodhpur division in-charge and Pramod Samar and Priyanka Meghwal will be co-in-charge. Udaipur division in charge will be Damodar Agrawal while Sanwalaram Devasi and Mithlesh Gautam will be co-incharge of Udaipur division. In the Kota divi- sion, Mukesh Dadhich will be division in-charge and Dharmendra Gehlot will be co-in-charge. CMGEHLOTFOOLED PEOPLEWITHFALSE PROMISES:RATHORE Special strategy for poll-bound Rajasthan: Pralhad Joshi Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore on Saturday alleged that Congress won 2018-assembly elections in Rajasthan by lies and said that people will no longer fall for lies in upcom- ing elections. The assembly elections are due later this year. Ra- thore commented that chief minister Ashok Gehlot has emerged as a “Messiah of Lies”. “Gehlot has done the work of fooling people by making false promises in 2018 elec- tions,” he alleged. District Congress holds candle march against Manipur issue Senior Congress leaders present during the protest 4 try to kidnap businessman, demand `30L Rajasthan Rajya Shraman Sanskriti Board approved Kesawat, 2 more sent to jail after remand ends First India Bureau Jaipur In Jaipur, a case of at- tempt to kidnap a busi- nessman, Jai Goyal (22) has come to light. Four miscreants took the busi- nessman to an isolated place, assaulted him and demanded Rs 30 lakh. However, seeing vil- lagers coming armed with sticks, the miscre- ants sped away. Later, they demanded Rs 5 lakh through threat calls of killing his family. The father of the victim has lodged an FIR against unknown miscreants at Harmada police station. First India Bureau Jaipur CM Ashok Gehlot on Saturday approved the formation of the Ra- jasthan Rajya Shraman Sanskriti Board, meant for the welfare of Jain community. People from community expressed their gratitude to CM Ashok Gehlot, Lal Chand Kataria, Govind Singh Dotasara and others for constituting the Board. Gajendra Kumar Bar- jatya, Congress Mandal President Mohit Jain, Jai Kumar Jain-Barjatya, Anil Chhabra and other people of the Jain com- munity thanked for the formation of the bard. First India Bureau Jaipur The ACB team pro- duced the three ac- cused in the Gopal Kesawat trap case in the court on Saturday after their remand pe- riod got over. The judge ordered all the three to be sent to jail. One accused, Brah- maprakash, has al- ready been sent to jail. Meanwhile, In a case related to corruption in the co-op depart- ment, remand period of accused Deshraj Yadav Arun Pratap Singh’s ended on Sat- urday. ACB team pre- sented both in court. Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur A major tragedy was averted during the BJP’s torch rally at Civil Lines area of Jaipur as several party workers and media personnel were saved from the fire. BJP leader Ratnakumari and state in- charge Arun Singh were present on the occasion. A makeshift torch was created by filling a con- tainer with liquid chemi- cals and inserting a cloth wick. The torchlight pro- cession was taken out against government un- der the ‘Nahi sahega Ra- jasthan’ campaign. First India Bureau Jaipur Unknown miscreants at- tacked Congress State Secretary Pooja Verma late on Friday on the Ra- jasthan University cam- pus. Verma went to a pro- gramme after parking her car at the University but was attacked when she came to take back the car. The miscreants used sticks and rods and van- dalized her car, and fled the spot after the attack. Pooja Verma somehow managed to escape the threatning ordeal. Notably, Pooja Verma has been the first woman student union president of the Rajasthan Univer- sity. After the incident at university campus, a case was registered at the Gandhinagar police sta- tion based on Verma’s complaint. Police has launched an investiga- tion into the matter. Major tragedy averted during BJP’s mashal rally CongSecyassaulted inRajVarsitycampus Pooja Verma LEOPARDESS SPOTTED WITH CUB IN JHALANA LEOPARD RESERVE In yet another exciting news for wildlife enthusiasts, a leopardess was spot- ted with her cub in the Jhalana Leopard Reserve on Friday. Forest officials informed that leopardess Flora was spotted with her cub at a water point. DFO Sangram Singh Katiyar said that after the new cub was sighted, staff members including Range Officer Janeshwar Chaudhary, Jogendra Singh Shekha- wat, Asst Forester Krishna Kumar Meena, and Guard Manish Doi have been asked to keep an eye on movements of the leopard- ess and cub. On July 18, 5 new cubs were spotted in the camera trap. NEW STANDING BODY OF STATE WILDLIFE BOARD The Rajasthan government has reconstituted the Standing Committee of the State Wildlife Board. The Forest and Environment Minister will be the Chairman of the Standing Committee while Additional Chief Secretary Forest, PCCF HoFF, Dr. Rajesh Gopal, Dr. KS Gopi Sundar ... Sunny Sebastian, Jaisal Singh, Simrat Kaur Sandhu, Sunil Mehta, Dhirendra Godha, Suraj Singh Poonia will be members and Chief Wildlife Warden will be member secretary.
  • 4. TOP TWEETS SPIRITUAL SPEAK Shree Anna or millets are making their way to the global high tables! This is great news for furthering wellness and for prosperity of our hardworking farmers. Narendra Modi @narendramodi Emphasizing on Modi ji’s resolution of education in mother tongue, CBSE’s decision to make education in Indian languages ​​up to class 12th is commendable. For this, I congratulate the Education Minister Shri @dpradhanbjp ji. Education in their mother tongue will not only increase their ability to think, reason and research, but with this initiative more and more students will now be able to get education through CBSE. Amit Shah @AmitShah A Karma-yogi performs action by body, mind, intellect, and senses, without attachment, only for self-purification. BHAGAVAD GITA l Vol 5 l Issue No. 47 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act PERSPECT VE www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 04 Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023 IN-DEPTH DEBATE OVER TIME, DEATH AND “A THOUSAND SUNS” movie on J Robert Oppenheimer, Father of the Atomic Bomb which annihilated Hiro- shima has raised a debate around the scien- tist’s understanding of Bhagavad Gita, particularly with regard to his interpretation of the word “Kaal”. The word comes up in verse 32 of Chapter 11 when Lord Krishna reveals his Supreme Being to Arjun and tells him “Asmi Kaal’’. Oppenheimer interprets it to mean “I am the Destroyer”. Devdutt Pattnaik disagrees and says that Kaal refers to time, not death. Over time everything is destroyed. After the blast, Oppenheimer said, “If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst at once into the sky, that would be like the splendour of the mighty one…I am become Death, Destroyer of worlds.” Questioning Oppenheimer’s understanding of the Gita on the groundsofhisfailuretodifferentiatebetweenTimeand Death is unfair. His description of the radiance of “a thousand sun” finds indirect mention in verse 30 “… Yourterriblerays,fillingtheuniversewithbrilliance…” A TIHAR ADMN GOOFS UP IN MALIK’S CASE convict in the terror-funding case,Yasin Ma- lik’s physical presence in the Supreme Court in the absence of any specific order took Justice Surya Kant and Justice Dipankar Datta by surprise. Besides the terror-funding case, the chief of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front is also facing charges in the killing of four IAF personnel and ab- duction of Rubaiya Saeed in 1989.Adesignated court in Jammu had ordered his physical presence. The order was stayed by the Supreme Court in April. The presence of Malik in court must have caused consternation among the judges and also Solicitor- General Tushar Mehta who took a serious objection to his presence. The fault obviously lay with Tihar jail of- ficials. Director- General of Prisons Sanjay Beniwal said it was due to a lapse on the part of jail authorities. A jail official was re- ported to have said that there was “some miscommu- nication with Ma- lik’s documenta- tion records”. An inquiry has been ordered. This is not the first time that Tihar jail administration is being blamed for a security slip-up. In April this year gangster Prince Tewatia’s brutal murder also was due to a serious security lapse. In fact, Tihar inmates have access to everything---liquor, mobile phones, and money transactions. Conman Sukesh Chan- drasekhar is alleged to have made spoof calls to film actress Jacqueline Fernandez from inside Tihar. A couple of years ago Delhi Police were surprised to learn that gangster Jitender Gogi and his accomplice made a Rs 5 crore extortion call from Tihar. Even the high-profile murder of Sidhu Moosewala was allegedly plotted inside Tihar. A A convict in the terror- funding case, Yasin Malik’s physical presence in the Supreme Court in the absence of any specific order took Justice Surya Kant and Justice Dipankar Datta by surprise. Besides the terror-funding case, the chief of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front is also facing charges in the killing of four IAF personnel and abduction of Rubaiya Saeed in 1989 stitch in time saves nine.” “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Sayings such as these can be ap- plied to our maintaining good health. Absence of distressing symptoms does not necessarily mean good health. To take medicines for diseases which have developed is comparable to the behaviour of those persons who begin to dig a well after they are thirsty. Why do so few, give thought to health mainte- nance? Many may feel they are too busy. The average person does not have any real mission in life – some- thing very important for one who hopes to accom- plish the best according to one’sabilities.Manyignore following a routine of rest, and exercise tailored to their individual needs. Sen- sible eating habits is a rem- edy for mental health main- tenance. Being overweight, due to sedentary occupa- tion, requires eating less by controlling one’s appetite. Self control at the table – how can one accomplish it? It pays to do so. Some make it a rule not to take more than one helping if they have a variety in a meal, or cut down on rich desserts replacing it with a fruit. Eating slowly and at times skipping a meal pre- vents overeating. Others, limit themselves to fruits as one meal a day for health maintenance. Over refined and highly processed foods lower iron levels in the body and increase acid for- mation. Vegetables and ap- ples have an alkalizing ef- fect and also aid in keeping good physical as well as mental health. Regular exercise has a remedial value for those suffering from diverse ill- nesses and promotes well- being in a person who is healthy. Working at a steady pace and not going full speed is beneficial. Musicians learn to relax if they have to perform at their best without undue fatigue. The same princi- ple applies for work that require alertness. Relaxa- tion provides physical ease and is conducive to mental and emotional balance. Scheduling too much in a day and being active every waking moment, from the time one gets up until one goes to bed, weakens health. Taking regular breaks calms the mind. Sleeplessness may be caused by not eating right, neglecting workouts or excessive anxiety, feel- ings of guilt or any detri- mental emotions. Slowing down in the evening helps the body and mind to relax. Some become frustrated as they try to manage their daily responsibilities. The urge to become angry and blow off steam can be over- powering. People generally learn to express anger by copying the angry behav- iour they see around them. Anger is, also, triggered when one feels slighted.An imagined threat to one’s au- thority or reputation stirs up feelings of provocation. Self-centered persons easi- ly get affronted and may hold on to anger for days, weeks, months or longer. Many believe that if negative emotions are bot- tled up or repressed, they would later resurface as a psychological disorder. But the best way to avoid saying or doing something that one may later regret, is not to get ‘heated up.’Peo- ple with very high expecta- tions tend to have greater problems with anger. When something does not measure up to them, disap- pointment quickly follows. To combat this mentality, it is good to keep in mind that sooner or later each one will make errors. ‘Money sickness syn- drome,’ is a term used for people who are stressed with money worries. They experience symptoms like skin rashes, anger and nervousness. Budgeting money gives an internal locus of control and reduc- es stress and strain. Show- ing empathy also improves health, well-being and re- lationships when one re- lieves the suffering of oth- ers. One feels happier, more optimistic, less lone- ly and less inclined to give in, to negative thoughts. Empathy is the ability to share someone else’s feel- ings or experiences by im- agining what it would be like to be in that person’s situation. When others are unthankful or say unkind things, talking to a trusted friend about upsetting feel- ings can aid in staying emo- tionally balanced. Mental health experts say that peo- ple need spiritual values in order to be truly happy. We see this in the fact that one wants to belong to some- thing or serve a cause great- er than oneself. To satisfy this need, some devote their time to nature, art, music and similar things. To have healthy emo- tions, one needs to have healthy thoughts despite setbacks. It will not happen by following the line of least resistance. Patiently taking one day at a time, moving at one’s own pace and knowing that balance is achievable in life’s daily activities makes it possible. THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL EXPERTS SPEAK... Empathy is the ability to share someone else’s feelings or experiences by imagining what it would be like to be in that person’s situation. When others are unthankful or say unkind things, talking to a trusted friend about upsetting feelings can aid in staying emotionally balanced. Mental health experts say that people need spiritual values in order to be truly happy. We see this in the fact that one wants to belong to something or serve a cause greater than oneself. To satisfy this need, some devote their time to nature, art, music and similar things. To have healthy emotions, one needs to have healthy thoughts despite setbacks. It will not happen by follow- ing the line of least resist- ance. Patiently taking one day at a time, moving at one’s own pace and know- ing that balance is achiev- able in life’s daily activities makes it possible. ACQUIRING GOOD MENTAL HEALTH “A stitch in time saves nine.” “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Sayings such as these can be applied to our maintaining good health. Absence of distressing symptoms does not necessarily mean good health. To take medicines for diseases which have developed is comparable to the behaviour of those persons who begin to dig a well after they are thirsty Rekha Kumar The writer is a leadership and personal development skills facilitator. rekhakumar@protonmail.com “A
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  • 6. INDIA www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 05 Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023 ANI New Delhi Emphasising on India’s climate commitments, PM Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the countryhasshownleader- ship in climate action and achieved its non-fossil in- stalled electric capacity target 9 years in advance. In a video message to the G20 Energy Ministe- rial Meeting in Goa on Saturday, the Prime Min- ister said India now plans to achieve 50 percent non-fossil installed ca- pacity by the year 2030. “No talk about the future, sustainability or growth and development can be complete without energy. It impacts development at all levels, from indi- viduals to nations,” the PM said at the meeting that brought together ministers from the coun- tries in the G20 grouping. He pointed out that In- dia is among the global leaders in solar and wind powerandismakinggreat efforts in green growth and energy transition. The G20 Energy Min- isterial meeting is being held under the chairper- sonship of Union Minis- ter for Power and New and Renewable Energy, RK Singh. Earlier on Fri- day, Union minister Sin- gh said that India has achieved its target of pro- ducing 43.6 per cent of its total energy through non-fossil fuel sources nine years ahead of the schedule of 2023. The PrM pointed out that the world looks to the G20 countries to this group to advance sustain- able, just, affordable, in- clusive, and clean energy transition and urged them to ensure that the Global South is not left behind “We must ensure low- cost finance for develop- ing countries,” he said. “We must find ways to bridge technology gaps, promote energy security, and work on diversifying supply chains. And, we must strengthen collabo- ration on the ‘fuels for the future,’” the PM said. By2030Indiawillachieve 50%ofnon-fossils:Modi In his virtually address, Prime Minister says India achieved its non-fossil installed electric capacity target 9 years in advance Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses G20 Energy Ministers Meet via video message, in Goa on Saturday. ANI RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat offers prayers at Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi on Saturday. ANI G20 ENERGY MEET We are moving strongly on our climate commitments... We achieved our non- fossil, installed electric capacity target 9 years in advance. We have now set a higher target, we plan to achieve 50 per cent non-fossil installed capacity by the year 2030. NARENDRA MODI, PRIME MINISTER ANI New Delhi/Kolkata Two tribal women were “stripped naked, tor- tured and beaten merci- lessly” in West Bengal’s Malda a few days ago while police remained a “mute spectator,” the BJPon Saturday alleged targeting CM Mamata Banerjee for failing to provide security to women in the State. The ruling Trinamool Congress in its response said that the BJP was needlessly politicising the issue and the wom- en were caught stealing, which prompted out- raged by the locals. BJP’s IT department head Amit Malviya to- day took to Twitter to post a purported video, that has surfaced on so- cial media, of the inci- dent, which he claimed took place on July 19 in Pakua Hat, a weekly market, of Bamangola Police Station in Malda. 2 women stripped, beaten in WB’s Malda; BJP targets Mamata govt Imphal: On same day two tribal wom- en were stripped, paraded and allegedly gang raped by a mob in Manipur in an incident that has triggered mas- sive outrage, two other women from Manipur’s Kangpokpi district were brutally assaulted and murdered amidst a wave of ethnic violence that is yet to abate. The victims, aged 21 and 24, were working at a car wash in Konung Mamang area of Imphal East district, 40 km away from the site of other incident, when they were targeted by a mob on May 4. The two women at the car wash were reportedly assaulted by a large group of men, accompanied by some women. A male co-worker, an eyewitness, reportedly said that the women in the mob encour- aged the men to take the victims inside a room and sexually assault them. RAJ NO. 1 IN CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN, BUT OPPN PLAYING POLITICS OVER MANIPUR, SAYS THAKUR ON DAY OF HORROR, 2 MORE WOMEN RAPED, KILLED IN MANIPUR New Delhi: Training his guns at Ashok Gehlot-led govt in Rajasthan, Union Minister Anurag Thakur on Saturday said that “peaceful and safe state has become number one in terms of crime against women in five years.” Thakur’s comments followed a press conference held by Gehlot earlier in the day in which he launched a scathing attack on PM Modi accusing him of not visiting violence-hit Manipur. Hitting back at Gehlot, Thakur said, “Where has Rajasthan reached in the last five years? There have been so many incidents of rape and atrocities against women that a peaceful and safe state has become number one in terms of crime against women in the last five years.” Addressing a press briefing at the BJP headquarters here in the national capital, the Union Minister said, “A total of 1.09 lakh incidents of crime against women happened in the state in last four years and 22 per cent rape cases in India are from Rajasthan.” Thakur also slammed Gehlot for removing Minister Ra- jendra Singh Gudha after he criticised his own govt on the atrocities against women in the poll-bound state. Anurag Thakur addresses media in New Delhi, on Saturday. PTI Varanasi Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mo- han Bhagwat on Satur- day credited Prime Min- ister Narendra Modi’s ‘Swachh Bharat Abhi- yan’ for having a pro- found impact on temples and their cleanliness quotient. Speaking at the inaugurationofthethree- day International Tem- ples Convention and Expo (ITCX) 2023 here, he asserted that cleanli- ness is an extremely critical aspect of temple managementasplacesof worship are also a “sym- bol of purity”. “A huge and ex- tremely critical aspect of temple management is cleanliness because temples are a symbol of purity. Definitely, with the prime minister’s Swachh Bharat Abhi- yan (Clean India), there has been a great effect on temples as well. However, with the In- ternational Temple Convention, we seek to achieve this on a deeper level in every temple in the world — small or big,” Bhagwat said. “We need to pass on the legacy of temple service to the next gen- eration for which edu- cation and awareness on temple ecosystems is important. In view of the same, we need to solidify every aspect of temple management, whether it is hygiene, service or infrastruc- ture,” he said. BhagwatcreditsModi’s SwachhBharatAbhiyan fortemples’cleanliness Ashish Desai sworn in as new Chief Justice of Kerala HC Thiruvananthapuram: Justice Ashish J Desai was sworn in as the new Chief Justice of Kerala High Court on Saturday. He succeeds Justice SV Bhatti who was recently elevated to the Supreme Court. Desai was serving as the acting Chief Justice of Gujarat High Court. In a brief ceremony held at Raj Bhavan, Governor Arif Mohammed Khan admin- istered the oath of office to Desai. CM Pinarayi Vijayan, Law Minister P Rajeeve and others were present during the function. Man gets death term for killing minor boy, raping victim’s sister Idukki: A special POCSO court here on Saturday sentenced to death a man for murder- ing a minor boy, and awarded him jail term till the end of his natural life for raping victim’s minor sister two years ago. The gave capital punishment to Idukki resident Sunil Kumar for murder of his nephew, the 6-year-old boy, and sentenced him to cumulative imprison- ment of 92 years including four life terms in the 2021 case. Both the sentences will run concurrently. IN THE COURTYARD
  • 7. INDIA www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 06 Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023 NADDA ON INDIAN LANGUAGES ‘CBSE communique is crucial reform’ PTI New Delhi JP president J P Nadda on Satur- day lauded the CBSE communication to schools for using Indian languages as an optional medium of instruction as amajorsteptowardsmak- ing education more holis- tic inclusive. This is an important reform, he said. The National Educa- tion Policy (NEP) as en- visaged by Prime Minis- ter Narendra Modi has emphasised the impor- tance of education in the mother tongue, Nadda noted. “It is scientifi- cally proven that cogni- tive learning in the ini- tial years, is the fastest in the native language,” he tweeted. The Central Board of Secondary Ed- ucation (CBSE) has asked its schools to con- sider using Indian lan- guages as an optional medium of instruction to make multilingual edu- cation a reality. Noting that the Minis- try of Education and the National Council of Edu- cation, Research and Training (NCERT) have taken measures to intro- duce education in multi- ple languages under the National Education Poli- cy, 2020, the board asked its schools to use availa- ble resources and col- laborate with each other to make the best out of multilingual education. BJP president J P Nadda B ANI New Delhi Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday inaugurated the newly established Aviation Se- curity Control Centre (ASCC) at CISF Campus Mahipalpur in the na- tional capital. DG CISF Sheel Vard- han Singh, Tapan Kumar Deka, Director, IB, Zulfi- quar Hasan, Director General BCAS, and other dignitaries were also pre- sent on the occasion. The CISF was inducted at air- ports for the first time in February 2000. After two decades, currently, CISF is providing security cov- er to 66 airports out of 134 operational airports in the country, including ex- tremely busy and hyper- sensitive airports like Delhi, Mumbai, Banga- lore, Jammu Amritsar. Agencies New Delhi The Manual is developed by Department of Drink- ing Water and Sanitation to ensure safety, uninter- rupted supply and mini- mum loss of Water, Sani- tation and Hygiene (WASH) assets and ser- vices involving stake- holders at national, state, district, and village level. The Plan aligns with the two-flagship pro- grammes on WASH im- plemented by the Depart- ment namely the Jal Jee- van Mission (JJM) and Swachh Bharat Mission- Grameen (SBM-G). The Disaster Plan is devel- oped based on the Advi- sory issued by National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). The document focuses on four stages of planning – preparedness, response, recovery reconstruc- tion and mitigation apart from addressing the is- sues as per the 10-point agenda for risk reduction. In case of disaster, three kinds of assessment need to be conducted ANI New Delhi Amid the hike in prices of tomatoes in the retail market, the Minister of State of Consumer Af- fairs Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated that prices of tomato is ex- pected to come down with the increase in the arrival of new crop from Maharashtra and Mad- hya Pradesh. This was in response to an unstarred question in the Rajya Sabha by MP Kartikeya Sharma in the Monsoon session of the Parliament. The Consumer Affairs Minister further stated that to check the current increase in prices of to- matoes and make them available to the consum- ers at affordable prices, the Government has started the procurement of tomatoes under Price Stabilisation Fund and is making them available at a highly subsidised rate to consumers. ANI Cam Ranh (Vietnam) On completing 32 years of illustrious service to the nation, Indian Naval Ship Kirpan has been de- commissioned from the Indian Navy and handed over to Vietnam People’s Navy (VPN) on Saturday. The decommissioning and handing over cere- mony of INS Kirpan to VPN was presided over by Adm R Hari Kumar, Chief of Naval Staff, In- dian Navy and RearAdm Pham Manh Hung, Dep- uty Commander-in- Chief and Chief of Staff, VPN. CNS Adm R Hari Kumarsaid, “It is a mat- ter of great honour for me to be a part of the handing over ceremony of one of the finest and longest-serving warships of the Indian Navy – Kir- pan, to the esteemed Vi- etnam People’s Navy.” “The transfer of Kirpan to the Vietnam People’s Navy resonates with In- dia’s G20 vision of Vas- udhaiva Kutumbakam – One Earth, One Family, One Future,” he added. India Vietnam share a rich history of civilisa- tional and cultural link- ages spanning over 2000 years, originating at the world-famous heritage site My Son ­– home to the Hindu Cham civilisation. ANI New Delhi In what is claimed to be a biggest-ever seizure, Customs department of- ficials on Friday recov- ered foreign currency worth over Rs 10 crores from three Tajikistan na- tionals at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport. As per officials, the ac- cused trio were caught while they were going to board a flight to Istanbul. On the basis of profiling, the officers of Airport Customs, IGI Airport, Terminal-3, New Delhi have booked the biggest- ever case of smuggling of foreign currency through any airport in India on 21 July against three Tajik- istannationalpassengers, the Customs department said on Saturday. These passengers were intended to depart for Istanbul by Flight No. TK 0717 dated 21 July from T3, IGI Airport, New Delhi, it said. Shinde family calls on PM Modi PM Narendra Modi meets Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde and his wife Lata Shinde, father Sambhaji Shinde, son Shrikant, daghter-in-law Rushali, in New Delhi on Saturday. Home Minister Amit Shah also meets Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde, in New Delhi. Shekhawat releases manual for disaster management plan THREE ASSESSMENT IN CASE OF DISASTER z Before the disaster: A Hazard-Vulnerability- Capacity mapping to guide the preparedness activities most needed z During Response: A Rapid Needs As- sessment (RNA) which can be completed in a day and point out the immediate needs of the affected population z During Recovery Reconstruction: A detailed Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) which highlights the long-term needs of the community and helps the administration “build back better” the damaged infrastructure and update the service delivery mechanisms to mitigate against future disasters. Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat releases the Manual for Disaster Management Plan (DMP) during the two-day national conference at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi on Saturday. DMPincludes,Gender- basedvulnerabilities, issuesconcerningSC/ ST,elderly,kids,people withdisabilities Tomatopricestogodownfollowing newcroparrivalfromMaha,MP:Govt Rural women, under the banner of All India Progressive Women's Organisation, protest against the tomato price hike and rising inflation, outside Banaras Hindu University (BHU), in Varanasi. PTI The NDRF personnel conduct a search and rescue operation after a landslide hit Irshalgad village, in Raigad on Saturday. ANI Amit Shah inaugurates centralised security control centre for 66 airports under CISF cover in New Delhi on Saturday. ANI AAPMPREQUESTSRSCHIEFTOGIVEBETTERFACILITIESFORJOURNOS New Delhi: Aam Admi Party (AAP) leader and Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha on Saturday wrote a letter to Rajya Sabha chairman Jag- deep Dhankar requesting better facilities for journalists who are covering Parliament news during the Monsoon session. In his letter AAP MP Chadha said there is limited space available to accommodate journalists on the Parliament premises. “I am writing to bring to your attention the working conditions of journalists within the Parliament premises, which require immediate attention. Journalists are currently working from a small makeshift tent located at Entry Gate No. 12, particularly those covering Rajya Sabha. Unfortunately, the limited space is hardly enough to comfortably accommodate all the journalists,” the letter read. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha at Parliament House during the Monsoon Session, in New Delhi. ANI FLOOR LEADERS OF I.N.D.I.A TO MEET RS LoP IN PARLIAMENT UP BUS GETS STUCK ON FLOODED CAUSEWAY CLOUDBURST TRIGGERS FLASH FLOODS IN LADAKH New Delhi: Floor leaders of the newly formed Opposition alliance the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (I.N.D.I.A) will meet at the office of Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge in Parlia- ment on July 24 to chalk out the strategy for the floor of the House, the sources said on Saturday. The leaders are likely to protest in front of the Gandhi statue on the Manipur issue. The situation in Manipur dominated the proceedings of the second day of the Monsoon Session of Parliament, which began on Thursday, with the Oppo- sition demanding the Centre to discuss the issue. The Congress and opposition leaders are demanding a statement from the PM Nar- endra Modi in the Parliament during the ongoing Monsoon session. Meanwhile, the proceedings of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha faced adjournments for the second consecutive day amid uproar over the Manipur incident. Bijnor: A Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation bus carrying 40 passengers got stuck in the strong water current of a river while passing through a flooded cause- way on the Uttar Pradesh- Uttarakhand border here on Saturday, officials said. All the passengers have been rescued and the bus has also been removed with the help of heavy machines, Najibabad police Circle Officer (CO) Gajendra Singh said. Srinagar: A cloudburst triggered flash floods in the Union Territory of Ladakh, causing debris to flow into the main market area and throwing life out of gear, but there are no reports of any loss of life, officials said on Sat- urday. The cloudburst hit the Gangles area and left several parts of Leh town inundated. The debris entered many build- ings in the low-lying areas, causing some damage to them. ANI Raigad With the continuous search and rescue opera- tions at the landslide-hit Irshalgad in Raigad, the National Disaster Re- sponse Force (NDRF) teams recovered three more bodies from the site on Saturday, increasing the death toll to 26, offi- cials said. According to Raigad police officials, the three more bodies that were recovered on Satur- day include one male and two females. The death toll rises to 26 (25 locals and 1 firefighter) in the landslide-hit Irshalgad in Raigad, police officials of Raigad said. Uttarakhand: Three arrested for Chamoli electrocution incident Gopeshwar: Police on Saturday arrested three persons in connection with the electrocution in- cident at a Namami Gange sewage treatment plant in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Landslide in Maharashtra’s Raigad district Death toll rises to 26, NDRF continues search operation It was response to question in RS by MP Kartikeya Sharma PARLIAMENT SESSION Delhi:ShahinauguratesAviation SecurityControlCentreforairports The foreign currency was reportedly concealed inside shoes kept in the luggage. Customs recovers foreign currency worth `10 crore IndiagiftsfirstactivewarshiptoVietnam Missile boat Kirpan decommissioned from Indian Navy INS Kirpan, an indigenously built Khukri-class Missile Corvette is being handed over to Vietnam People’s Navy on Saturday. ANI
  • 8. Subhash Mehata Banswara Cong Prez Mallikarjun Kharge, Former Cong Prez Rahul Gandhi, CM Ashok Gehlot, State In- Charge SS Randhawa and other senior leaders of the party will be visit- ing Banswara on August 9 on ‘World Tribal Day’. Water Resources Min MS Malviya and MoS for Tribal Development Ar- jun Bamaniya on Friday held a meeting with dis- trict administration in Banswara and inspected the stadium located in front of Govind Guru College where the pro- gramme is going to be organised. Malviya in- formed that a message has been received from the CM Gehlot that Mal- likarjun Kharge and for- mer National President Rahul Gandhi are pro- posed to visit Banswara on World Tribal Day. Ravi Sharma Udaipur External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar visited Udaipur on Saturday. He was welcomed by BJP leaders and public repre- sentatives at Maharana Pratap Airport in Dabok. Jaishankar came to Udaipur’s Taj Aravali Hotel to attend a meeting. Former Dy CM of Bi- har Sushil Modi was also present. Speaking to the media at the airport, Modi said that whatever happened in Manipur is unfortunate and the Prime Minister has ex- pressed regret for it. “The opposition does not want a debate, nNot only in Manipur, the violence that took place in Bengal and Bihar should also be discussed,” he said. Modi said that maximum number of rape incidents have happened in Ra- jasthan. Referring to UPA’s change of name, he said that nothing changes by changing the name. “People vote for work and not name,” he said, adding that he was on a personal visit. NEWS www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 07 Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023 COLD BAG POSTING: CHAIR OF COMMISSIONER, DEPARTMENTAL ENQUIRIES AWAITS APPOINTMENT! Rajendra Chhabra Jaipur he post of Com- missionerofDe- partmental En- quiries is lying vacant for the past one month. More than one Commissioner can also be posted on this position and in the past there have been instances when there have been three Commissioner at a time as well. Moreover, only an IAS can be posted in this position. For the past six months, only one Commissioner - Rajendra Singh Shekhawat - was posted but he too was transferred on May 15 and since then DoP has not made any appointment. Actually this posting is considered a ‘cold bag’ posting in the bureaucra- cy and some even con- sider it to be a ‘punish- ment posting’. Hence at times there are more than one commission. Pritam B Yashwant and Mohan Lal Yadav were Secy and Special Secy, re- spectively, in GAD and both the officers conduct- ed a mistake in one case and both of them , in De- cember 2020, were there- after posted as Commis- sioner Departmental En- quiries.Aninterestingepi- sode happened with Pri- tam that he went on a one year long leave and when he returned to the same post in Nov 2022, the DoP did not even allot him a roomtositinandworkfor nearly a month and he stayed at his home! Be it senior or junior, IAS have been posted on this post. In fact, Ravis- hankar Srivastava has served on the post for no less than four time and R. Venkateswaran thrice. Niranjan Arya served on this post from April 2015 to December 2018, a ten- ure of forty four months. Similarly, when the gov- ernmentchanged,Praveen Gupta too was posted on this post.As of now, three Additional Commission- ers and six Deputy Com- missioners have been posted in Departmental Enquiries. Two RAS of- ficers - Gunjan Soni and Suman Panwar - have been posted as Additional Commissioner last week. It is being believed that inthenewIAStransferlist a new Commissioner would be posted here and only DoP knows if there will be one or more Com- missioners posted here. The bureaucracy is now eager to know who is be- ing sidelined and posted on this post. T ‘IwillseekanswersinAssembly’ Satyanarayan Sharma Jhunjhunu/Jaipur A day after being sacked as minister, Udaipurwati MLARajendra Gudha on Saturday stepped up his attack on Chief Minister AshokGehlot,alleginghe is no longer in control in the state which is leading in crimes against women. Gudha said that he will have a face to face fight with CM Gehlot in the as- sembly. He said that the government is only en- gaged in pleasing its high command in Delhi and has nothing to do with the safety of women. The sacked minister also took a dig at the govt over the paper leak cases. “The law and order situation in the state has collapsed and the dreams of the unemployed are getting ruined due to the paper leak,” he said. He continued, “Noth- ing will happen by sack- ing Rajendra Gudha. Cre- ate a sense of security in sisters and daughters. There is an atmosphere of anarchy in the state. Home department is with Chief Minister who is sit- ting with a bandage on his feet” On the other hand, Congress may expel Gud- ha from the party. After cabinet, Rajendra Gudha may be ousted from Congress also GUDHA REMOVAL ROW Shiv Sena to fight on all 200 seats in State: Singhvi Run up to Raj Assembly polls Pooja Dubey Jaipur Shiv Sena’s state in charge Chandraraj Sin- ghvi on Saturday said that the party has inten- sified its preparations for the upcoming as- sembly elections. Sin- vghvi said that the party has preparations to con- test elections on all 200 assembly seats in the state but the party will field candidates in 50 constituencies. He said that alliance with like- minded parties would also be done where there is a requirement. He said that the party has made appointments of some of the office bearers and the team has already started prepara- tions for the elections. “We have given many appointments today and will give more appoint- ments in the coming days. The party will ap- point more than 100 of- fice bearers,” he said. “There is preparation for elections on 200 as- sembly seats, but where there is a need, we will support other like- minded parties. Con- gress will be defeated in the coming elections,” he said. Singhvi said that the party will contest elec- tions with the ideology of nationalism and Hin- dutva. “PM Narendra Modi is our national leader. Shiv Sena will contest elections on nationalism and Hindutva ideolo- gy,” he added. ‘JOBLETTERSGIVENTO MORETHAN5LSOFAR’ Kota: Union minister Arjun Meghwal on Saturday said that the Central Govt has given appointment letters to more than 5 lakh successful candi- dates. He said that the Modi govt has promised to give jobs to 10 lakh people and ap- pointment letters have been given to more than 5 lakh can- didates so far. He distributed appointment letters to 188 newly recruited person- nel from Kota in Rojgar Mela. 70,000 appointment letters were given today in Rajgarh Melas. In Kota, the event was organised at UIT auditorium where PM’s pro- gramme was live streamed. Bhanwar S Charan Post of Commissioner of Departmental Enquiries is lying vacant for past one month. This posting is considered a ‘cold bag’ posting in the bureaucracy As Ghaggar swells, admin on alert mode in H’garh Kapil Sharma Hanumangarh The water in the Ghaggar riverinHanumangarhdis- trict is continuously in- creasing and the district administration is on alert. District Collector Rukmi- niRiarandSuperintendent of Police Sudhir Chaud- haryduringapressconfer- ence on Saturday gave in- formation about the water in the river and alertness by district administration. Riar said that the next 48 hours are sensitive and the district administration has started work on the secondlineofdefenceand seeking help from NGOs. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar being welocmed by local BJP leaders at the Maharana Pratap Airport, Udaipur on Saturday. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat giving job letter in Jaipur on Saturday. Ramcharan Bohra, Dr Somya and others are also seen. Arjun Meghwal giving job letter in Kota on Saturday. MS Malviya and local administration inspecting the spot. FILE Local NGO Lions Club is also helping administration with the food packets distribution and other relief material in Hanumangarh. Jaishankar, Sushil Modi reach Udaipur PM Modi has given new model of governance: GS Shekhawat Ashok Yogi Jaipur The Seventh Employ- ment Fair was organized by the Central Govern- ment on Saturday at the Mahatma Gandhi Insti- tute of Medical Science Campus, Sitapura. PM Narendra Modi also joined the employment fair virtually. During this appoint- ment letters were handed over to 258 youth in Jaipur. A total of 70,000 appointment letters were handed over across the country. These youths will provide services in departments including Railways, Income Tax Department, Postal Ser- vice. The chief guest of the program was Union Jal Shakti Minister Ga- jendra Singh Shekhawat. MPRamcharan Bohra, JMCG Mayor Dr Somya were also present. Shekhawat said that in this golden age of inde- pendence, PM Narendra Modi has given a new model of governance to the country. The youth are being empowered with continuous job crea- tion in the green sector. Cong top brass in Banswara in Aug Rajendra Gudha had hit at his government in Assembly on Friday. FILE Chandraraj Singhvi and other Shiv Sena members during a press conference in Jaipur on Saturday. SANTOSH SHARMA SHINDESHIVSENAOFFERSGUDHATOJOINPARTY; BSPRAJCHIEFSAYSGUDHABETRAYEDOURPARTY BSP state president Bhagwan Singh Baba said that there is no place for Rajendra Gudha in the party. He said that Gudha betrayed BSP twice and the party will never take him back. Shiv Sena has offered Ra- jendra Gudha to join the party. Chandra Raj Singhvi is the party in charge of the party led by Shinde faction. He said that Gudha is respected and welcomed in the party. IT WAS A COLLECTIVE DECISION: RANDHAWA Congress in charge for Ra- jasthan Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa said that the one who does not follow the ideology of the Congress has no place in the party and the decision to sack Gudha was a “collective” decision. Randhawa said he had talked to Gudha in the past about his controver- sial statements and he had assured him that he would maintain the party discipline. The move to sack Gudha was a collec- tive decision, he said at a press conference at the PCC war room. “‘It is my and the state president’s job to maintain discipline in the party,” he said. CM GEHLOT: IT IS OUR INTERNAL MATTER; DHARIWAL CALLS GUDHA A ‘SPOILT CASE’ DOTASRAACCUSESRAJENDRARATHOREOF BEINGINTOUCHWITHGUDHAFORHISREMARK CM Ashok Gehlot and UDH Minister Shanti Dhariwal have reacted over the sacking of their minister Rajendra Gudha. CM Gehlot said, “This is our internal mat- ter and we will discuss this among ourselves”. Minister Shanti Dhariwal said in hindi that “Gudha Bigda Hua Case”. PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra said that leader of opposition Rajendra Rathore was encroaching the post of the BJP state president. He accused Rathore of hijacking the party organization. “Rajendra Rathore had said in the morning that he was asked by a ‘responsible leader’ that he was going to do a dhamaka in the house. After this, Rajendra Gudha gave the statement.” Courtesy meet Rajya Sabha MP and State BJP incharge Arun Singh paid a courtesy call on Governor Kalraj Mishra at Raj Bhavan in Jaipur on Saturday. Raje,otherBJPleaders cornerGovtoverGudha First India Bureau Jaipur In the aftermath of Ra- jendra Gudha being sacked as minister in Ashok Gehlot led Con- gress Government in State, reactions from opposition is also on its new height. Former chief minister Vasund- hara Raje said that by sacking a minister for speaking the truth, the Congress has proved that controlling crime against women and im- proving law and order is beyond the control of the government. Leader of opposition Rajendra Rathore said that Rajendra Gudha hasalsomadeamention of a red diary, and that diary should be brought in front of everyone. Meanwhile, Union Minister Gajendra Sin- gh Shekhawat said that The Gehlot government will “muzzle” every voice raised for the se- curity and dignity of womeninRajasthanand many other Congress MLAs may face action for speaking the truth. “Gudha’s termina- tion shows that the Ge- hlot govt will muzzle every voice raised by concerned legislators for the security and dignity of women in the state”, Shekhawat told reporters. “Gehlot cannot tolerate any person speaking the truth and raising ques- tions,” Shekhawat said.
  • 9. www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Postal Reg No. JPC/004/2022-24 08 Jaipur, Sunday | July 23, 2023 Everything that we hope for will not come to pass in the natural order of things but why drown in despair when one can be joy- ous in hope? Dr JAGDEESH CHANDRA, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India WHO WILL GET THE COMMAND OF ED? BJP’S STRATEGY AGAINST OPPOSITION ...AND FINALLY anjay Mishra, the current director of the ED, will have to step down on July 31 after the intervention of the Supreme Court. Speculations are rife as to who will replace him. Some of the names that have emerged are Nitin Gupta, the current chairman of the CBDT; Praveen Kumar, a member of the CBDT; Pankaj Mishra, head of the Financial Intelligence Unit; Seemanchal Das, who has given his services in ED in the past; an IPS officer of UT cadre - K Sanjay Beniwal; HBS Gill from Gujarat and 1997 batch IPS Anupam Singh Gehlot of Gujarat cadre. Seemanchal Das, former Private Secretary to Arun Jaitley, hails from Odisha and is a 1988 batch IRS. He was appointed Advisor to the Executive Director of the IMF in 2020 for three years. he BJP is now working on a new strat- egy to counter the latest announce- ment by the united opposition. Its view was seen in the NDA dinner, when PM Modi called for 'equal participation and equal responsibility' from the 38 constituents of the NDA. Prime Minister Modi had dinner with NDA leaders. Leaders like Eknath Shinde, Jitan Ram Manjhi, Neiphiu Rio of Nagaland and Palani Swamy of Tamil Nadu were sitting at the din- ner table with the PM. Other top leaders of the government had dinner with Jana Sena leader and big hero of Telugu films Pawan Kalyan and other lead- ers. It is another matter that more than half of the parties involved in increasing the count in NDA do not have a single won seat, but these parties have the ability to influence the vote count. On the other hand, it is also true that BJP alone is enough in front of the new opposition alliance. Apart from this, the BJP leaders have also made a strategy that 'all the parties included in NDA will be divided into groups of 10-10 and senior ministers will be made in-charge and co-incharge of one such group, who will ensure coordination with these parties. Whenever the top leadership has to meet these constituents, they will meet them as a group, that is, the NDA has geared up to give an equal answer to the opposition. SP supremo Mayawati may have kept an equal distance from both the NDA and INDIA alliances, yet she is busy preparing for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections from within. Sources reveal that after the Bengaluru meeting of the united opposition, Mayawati had a long chat with two of her close confidants, Satish Chandra Mishra and Uma Shankar Singh in which ‘Behenji’ specifically expressed concern about the recent mayoral elections in UP. Maya believed that ‘her two core vote bank Dalits and Muslims are also shifting from BSP’. She also feels that ‘in recent times the trend of Muslim and Dalit voters has in- creased towards Congress’. It is said that Mayawati has authorized Satish Chandra Mishra to ‘talk directly to the top leadership of Congress and find out if there can be a direct alliance between Congress and BSP in UP? If yes, then what will be the mathematics of seat coordination? By Tridib Raman The author is a journalist and political commentator and views expressed are his personal FIRST INDIA SUNDAY SPECIAL Mirch Masala BJP KEEPING DISTANCE FROM CHANDRABABU NAIDU? n response to ‘INDIA’, the NDA meeting convened in Delhi was attended by 38 parties, but TDP ie Telugu Desam Party’s absence from that meeting was surprising, while prior to the meeting TDP re-joining NDA was almost certain. TDP chief Chan- drababu Naidu was also singing praises of PM Modi for the past several months and he had also held meetings with Amit Shah and JP Nadda in Delhi. So, it was believed that Chandrababu Naidu would again join the NDA in the coming days. But all Naidu’s hopes were dashed when the BJP sidelined him. There is a big reason behind this. BJP has recently conducted a comprehensive opinion poll in Andhra and Telangana and it is said that after the results of this survey, the saffron party has become more alert. The results of this survey revealed that the base of Naidu’s Telugu Desam has slipped in both the states of Andhra and Telangana. In such a situation, BJP did not want to upset Jagan Mohan Reddy in Andhra and KCR in Tel- angana for Naidu. While Jagan’s support in the Rajya Sabha was the BJP’s rallying cry, KCR has been roped in by the BJP to breach the opposition’s citadel in Maha- rashtra, which has a large Telugu-speak- ing population in the Vidarbha region. So, bringing a 360-degree change in its strategy, the BJP declared Chandrababu’s staunch opponent in Andhra and his sister-in-law, NT Rama Rao’s daughter D. Purandeshwari as the state president of the Andhra BJP. And in Telangana, Union minister G. Kishan Reddy was appointed as the state president of Telangana by removing Bandi Sanjay who is considered a staunch supporter of Chandrababu and a staunch opponent of KCR. B S T I WHY IS NITISH UNHAPPY? hy has Nitish Kumar, who emerged as the biggest leader of the opposition unit, suddenly disappeared from the opposition platform these days? Earlier it was discussed that he is not happy with this alliance being named as ‘INDIA’, but Nitish put a brake on all these speculations by giving a statement on his own behalf. In fact, when Nitish reached Bengaluru to participate in the Mahakumbh of the opposition party, he thought that his entry in this film would be like a hero, but Mamata sabotaged his plans. Mamata has openly said that ‘Rahul Gandhi is her favorite leader’. This shows that the main opposition parties are also looking at the 2024 general elections as a battle of ‘Modi vs Rahul’. Rahul Gandhi has also appeared in a different avatar these days. Congress is also riding on the waves of excessive enthusiasm. In Bihar where Lalu and Nitish together are proposing six seats for Congress under coalition dharma in 2024 elections, Rahul is demanding half of the state’s seats i.e. 20 Lok Sabha seats for Congress, more or less the same is the case with UP. W BJPscaredofourgovt’s decisions:CMGehlot Attacking the Opposition Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that Rajasthan BJP leaders have mastered the art of lying Naresh Sharma Jaipur CMAshok Gehlot on Sat- urday claimed that 6 lakh children in Rajasthan are getting benefits in the fos- terscheme.“Thisisavery unique plan. Caring for 6 lakh children is a big deal. If you don’t take care of them, don’t know where they will go. If our govt comes, it can also put a guarantee act. A child has the right to take benefit from the Guarantee Act. We are giving pension to 1 crore people, providing relief to farmers. These people are scared of our decisions. Rajasthan BJP leader have mastered ly- ing,” Gehlot said while addressing a press confer- ence at the CMR. On formation of united opposition - INDIA alli- ance - Gehlot said, “It had to happen. They are tear- ing apart the constitution of country.” Interestingly, the CM also reflected on a questionabouthissonand said, “I didn’t think about son Vaibhav at first. Now, we have to think.” Commenting on BJP’s ‘Nahi Sahega Rajasthan’ campaign against the Congress government in the poll-bound state, Ge- hlot said the saffron party only showed ‘Nikamma- pan’ (uselessness) in the four-and-a-half years in the state and therefore peoplearesayingthatthey will not tolerate BJP. Yogesh Sharma Jaipur Congress in charge for Rajasthan Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa while condemning the Manipur incident, he said that BJP has nothing to do with is- sues of people and only does politics. “BJP doesn’t care whether Manipur burns or any other serious inci- dent happens,” he said. Over resentment of Congress MLA Divya Maderna, Randhawa said he had a conversa- tion with her today. He said that discussion took place regarding some works of her con- stituency. Randhwa said that Di- vya Maderna did not show indiscipline and her family has always been devoted to the Con- gress party. Reacting over sacking of Rajendra Gudha, he said, “‘It is my and the state presi- dent’s job to maintain discipline in the party. The Congress party needs those people who follow the ideology of the Congress. The one who does not follow the ideology of the party has no place in the Con- gress,” he said. Randhawa said that it had become Gudha’s “habit” to run down the party. Referring to Rajendra Rathore’s statement in the assembly shortly af- ter the comment of Gud- ha, Randhawa said that the party will look into whether there was any understanding between Gudha and Rathore. First India Bureau Jaipur UDH minister Shanti Dhariwal on Saturday assured a delegation of sanitation workers to look into their de- mands. The delegation of Shramik Sangh held a meeting with the min- ister at his residence and apprised him of their demands of giv- ing priority to experi- ence certificates in recruitments. Nand Kishore Dan- doriya, President of Shramik Sangh, said that the minister has given assurance to look into the demands. He said that the meeting ended on a positive note. Notably, on last Tuesday Minister Shanti Kumar Dhari- wal met a delegation of sanitation employ- ees over their long- pending demand for recruitment, wherein, it was decided that a delegation of sanita- tion staff will direct- ly talk to officials and if a decision isn’t tak- en, then stir will be held from Monday. CMAshokGehlotaddressingthemediaattheCMRonSaturday.(L-R)ParsadiLalMeena,PSKhachariyawas, Shanti Dhariwal, Virender Rathore, SS Randhawa, Govind S Dotasra, Amrrita Dhawan, Qazi Nizamuddin, Tikaram Jully, Lokesh Sharma, Shashikant Sharma and others are also seen. SANTOSH SHARMA Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa speaking at the launch of membership drive of Social Media and Digital Platforms Department of Rajasthan PCC in Jaipur on Friday. FILE PM WANTS TO BECOME VISHWA GURU, BUT AT LEAST TAKE CARE OF HOUSE FIRST: CM GEHLOT Reacting to PM Modi and Manipur violence, Gehlot said, “Manipur is on fire and Supreme Court has given a strong message. Manipur is burning, many people have died. Don’t know how many people died there. More than 100 incidents happened, Manipur CM has said so. Why didn’t PM make a statement inside the Parliament. Violence has occurred in Manipur due to the Centre’s negligence. PM hurt the pride of Rajasthan. PM wants to become Vishwa Guru, but at least first take care of house first,” Gehlot said. BJP doesn’t care about Manipur or any other incident: Randhawa Dhariwal’s talks with sanitation staff end on positive note Shanti Dhariwal
  • 10. n a world that c o n t i n u a l l y evolves, one as- pect of fashion remains eter- nally captivat- ing: the enduring allure of prin- cess fashion. Inspired by regal opulence and fairy tale en- chantment, princess fashion takes us on a journey back to the realm of royalty, where so- phistication meets whimsy, and elegance reigns supreme. Princess fashion tran- scends generations with its timeless appeal. Drawing inspiration from classic fairy tales, historical peri- ods, and real-life royalty, this style encapsulates grace, femininity, and gran- deur. Ball gowns adorned with intricate embroidery, delicate lace, and cascading layers of tulle evoke a sense of magic and fan- tasy. The signature sil- houette, characterized by fitted bodices and voluminous skirts, ac- centuates the feminine form and adds an air of regal sophistication. Rich textiles such as satin, silk, and velvet are essential to create the regal allure of prin- cess fashion. These luxurious fabrics drape elegantly, exud- ing an aura of glamour and grandiosity. Delightful accents like bows, ribbons, and floral motifs in- fuse a touch of whimsy into princess fashion. These dainty embellishments contribute to the overall fairy tale charm. While prin- cess fashion is deeply rooted in history, it con- tinues to inspire contemporary designers to create modern in- terpretations that capture the essence of the genre. Elements of princess fashion can be found in various clothing piec- es, from evening gowns to cocktail dresses, and even in casual wear with the use of tulle skirts or delicate lace accents. The fascination with prin- cess fashion extends beyond the runways and into popular culture. Iconic Disney prin- cesses like Cinderella, Belle, and Elsa have played a pivotal role in popularizing this fash- ion style among younger audi- ences. Their iconic ball gowns have become symbols of ele- gance and dreams, influencing countless bridal collections and red-carpet looks. The allure of princess fash- ion is not confined to special occasions or elaborate events. Embracing the princess within can be as simple as incorporat- ing elements of this style into everyday wear. A flowing maxi dress with subtle embellishments or a chic top with delicate lace de- tailing can infuse a touch of fairy tale charm into any ward- robe. Princess fashion weaves a captivating tap- estry of elegance, magic, and timeless charm. Rooted in history and embraced by modern- day fashionistas, this style continues to en- chant with its regal al- lure and enduring ap- peal. Whether on the red carpet or the streets, the princess fashion phenomenon reminds us that a touch of whimsy and grace can elevate any outfit to a royal level of elegance. So, em- brace your inner prin- cess and let your fashion choic- es transport you to a world of enchant- m e n t and ele- gance! JAIPUR, SUNDAY | JULY 23, 2023 Glamour | Fashion | Bollywood | Hollywood | Lifestyle BEYOND THE SILVER SCREEN ity First explores Bollywood’s iconic fashion icons, from Madhubala to Deepika Padukone, who define style and inspire generations! P11 C 09 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia EnchantingRoyalty City First brings to you the essence of princess fashion, exploring its key elements, timeless appeal and its influence on modern-day trends... I Shubhanshi Pathak shubhanshi.pathak @firstindia.co.in
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  • 12. Bolly To Holly JAIPUR, SUNDAY | JULY 23, 2023 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 11 Beyond the F ashion is a powerful tool for self-expres- sion and has played a significant role in shaping cultural iden- tities around the world. Bollywood, the vibrant and glamorous Indian film industry, has given rise to numerous fashion icons who have left an indelible mark on the world of style. From the golden era to the present day, these Bollywood fashion icons have captured the hearts of millions and continue to inspire fashion enthusi- asts around the globe. One of the most iconic figures in Bollywood fashion is the legendary actress, Madhubala. Known for her grace and elegance, Madhubala’s timeless style during the 1950s and 1960s set her apart. Her ethereal saris, delicate jewellery, and signature winged eyelin- er continue to be emulat- ed by fashion enthusiasts who seek to recreate her classic and feminine look. Moving into the 1970s, we encounter the style icon Zeenat Aman. With her bold fashion choices and fearless atti- tude, Zeenat Aman revolutionized the Bollywood fashion scene. Her bell- bottom pants, bohemian maxi dresses, and statement accessories became syn- onymous with her free-spirited persona. ZeenatAman’s fashion sense embodied the spirit of the era and left an everlast- ing impact on Bollywood fashion. As we enter the 1990s, we come across the effervescent fashionista, Kajol. Known for her infec- tious energy and relatable charm, Kajol’s fashion choices resonated with a generation. Her vi- brant and eclectic ensembles, whether it was her colour- ful printed sal- war suits or her trendy crop tops paired with jeans, made her a style icon for the youth of that time. In the early 2000s, Bollywood wit- nessed the emergence of the ever-styl- ish Rani Mukerji. With her chic and contemporary fashion sense, Rani Mukerji became a trendsetter. From her stylish fusion outfits to her elegant red- carpet appearances, she effortlessly combined traditional elements with modern silhouettes, creating a unique and captivating style. Fast forward to the present day, and we have the charismatic fashion icon, Deepika Padukone. Known for her impeccable fash- ion choices, Deepika’s red carpet-appearanc- es and magazine cov- ers have consistently made headlines. Her ability to effortlessly carry off avant- garde couture gowns or chic and edgy streetwear sets her apart as a style icon of the modern era. Bollywood fashion icons of the past have left an enduring impact on the industry, shap- ing trends and inspiring gen- erations to come. Their dis- tinct styles, be it the time- less elegance of Madhubala or the contemporary chic of Deepika Padukone, contin- ue to influence and redefine the world of fashion. As we celebrate these Bollywood style legends, let us honour their contributions to the world of fashion and ac- knowledge the power of Bollywood in shaping g l o b a l s t y l e trends. Mitali Dusad mitalidusad01 @gmail.com City First explores Bollywood's iconic fashion icons, from Madhubala to Deepika Padukone, who define style and inspire generations! CLOCKWISE: Madhubala, Kajol Devgan, Deepika Padukone and Rani Mukerji Zeenat Aman
  • 13. City First cityfirst@firstindia.co.in he Prabha K h a i t a n F o u n d a - tion (PKF) organised the ‘Kalam’ event series in Jaipur, where re- nowned film critic and authorAjay Bhramatmaj was the guest speaker on Saturday. The event featured an engaging conversation between Ajay Bhramat- maj and Preeti Mehta, an Ehsaas Woman from Jodhpur. Kalam is an initiative of the Prabha Khaitan Foundation, in associa- tion with We CARE, supported by Shree Ce- ment as part of its CSR initiative. During the event, Ajay Bhramatmaj shared his journey of be- coming a writer. He re- vealed that he started as a primary student of Film Writing and later took up writing assign- ments during his MA studies at JNU to earn extra income. Despite aspiring to become a teacher, he realized dur- ing his PhD that it wasn’t feasible. After working for six years in China, he returned home and re- sumed his writing as- signments. Ajay Bhramatmaj’s turning point came in 1991 when he got in touch with Irfan Khan, who introduced him to various Bollywood per- sonalities. At the age of 40, he secured his first job and today, he en- courages aspiring jour- nalists to start a blog. He mentioned that his blog, “chawanichap,” has be- come a valuable asset where people can read about various film art- ists. Apra Kuchhal, the chairperson of We Care and Convener PKF- Ra- jasthan Central India Affairs, delivered the opening address. Dr Faiza Abbasi from Ehsaas Prospect Aligarh presented a memento during the event. City Buzz JAIPUR, SUNDAY | JULY 23, 2023 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 12 GREETINGS! STAGECRAFT WORKSHOP City First cityfirst@firstindia.co.in U nder the par- ticipation of Jawahar Kala Kendra in the world of art, on the fourth day of the stagecraft workshop organised by Rajasthan Sangeet Natak Academy, participants learned the intricacies of stagecraft from the ex- pert Firoz Khan on Fri- day. Binaka Jeth, the President of the Acade- my, informed that as per the vision of State Minis- ter and senior theatre art- ist Ramesh Borana, three trainers were invited. Feroz Khan, a nation- al-level theatre director, puppeteer, renowned sce- nic designer, theatre-in- education expert, digital artist, magician, writer, music composer, and visual artist, explained in detail the various aspects of stagecraft, particularly focusing on stage imagi- nation. He explained how to use light and property in accordance with the artists and the scene. He also demonstrated the practical aspects of creat- ing different shapes and their use. He emphasized the importance of main- taining balance in stage composition and ex- plained the psychology of the audience’s percep- tion of the set and per- formers. He elaborated on the proportion and division techniques in designing a better stage composition. Janam Shatabdi Samaroh was organised at the Pinkcity Press Club to commemorate the glorious journey of the late Mukesh, a playback singer on Saturday. Jagdeesh Chandra graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. With profound reverence, he paid homage to the singer, acknowledging his significant contributions to the music industry. He also honoured Senior Journalist Praveen Chandra Chhabra for his remarkable 75 years of exemplary service in the media industry. Gopal Sharma, the owner of Mahanagar Times and Senior Journalist Satya Pareek, who previously served as the President of the Pink City Press Club also graced the occasion with their presence. SANTOSH SHARMA Kalam:Featuring AjayBhramatmaj HONOURING CEREMONY! T A talk show was organised by the IIS University, Mansarovar on Saturday. Bhavika Thawani, who secured the 100th All India Rank in the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2022, was felicitated by the Chancellor, Dr Ashok Gupta, and the Registrar, Dr Rakhi Gupta, at the university campus. During the event, Bhavika highlighted the support she received from IIS University in achieving her current position. More than 300 enthusiastic students attended the interactive session and asked Bhavika several questions. The Coordinator of the Department of Center for Preparatory Classes, Riddhisiddh Singh, was also present on this occasion. Leadership coach Rahul Malodia emphasized the significance of mindset in business during the ‘Businessman to CEO Retreat 3.0’ event held in Jaipur. Addressing 300 entrepreneurs, he stressed that the brain’s survival programming can hinder productivity and creativity, leading to missed opportunities. Rahul highlighted five crucial elements for business success: Business Idea, Business Model, Finance, Timing and Team. He emphasized that timing plays a pivotal role in business success, followed by the efficiency of the team, financial management and a well-defined business model. The event aimed to equip entrepreneurs with valuable insights to thrive in the competitive business landscape. WHAT’S HAPPENING! Jagdeesh Chandra was greeted by Aastha Agrawat, as she reached the former’s residence on Friday, July 22. She sought the former’s blessings for being appointed as the Development Officer in LIC Jaipur Division. During the occasion, Aastha’s father Satish Kumar Agrawat was also present. Jagdeesh Chandra congratulated Aastha and wished her all the best for her future endeavours. FormerCMVasundharaRaje reachedtheresidenceof formerStatePresidentof BharatiyaJanataPartyand formerMLAAshokParnami atAdrashNagarinJaipur.She expressedcondolencesonthe deathofParnami’smother, DurgaDeviandprayedforthe peaceofthedepartedsoul. Duringthevisit,Rajealsomet theParnamifamily.92-year- oldDurgaDevipassedaway onJune20. CONDOLENCES! In the series of Net Theat programs, two emerging young artists, tabla players Narendra Singh and Ashish Kumar, mesmerized the audience with their magical finger movements on the tabla on Saturday. Rajendra Sharma Raju, from Net Theat, mentioned that tabla virtuoso Narendra Singh began his performance with rhythmic compositions like Uthan, Paran, Dhir Dhir Na and Dhage Tite Dhada Tite. Following Narendra’s performance, the talented tabla artist Ashish Kumar displayed a jugalbandi with rhythmic patterns from his Delhi gharana heritage. DURING THE DAY! The members of Mukesh Fan Club Jaipur organised a program titled “Jag Mei Reh Jayenge...Pyare Tere Bol” at Maharana Pratap Auditorium on Saturday. In this event, a musical tribute was paid to the renowned vocalist late Mukesh. The city’s music enthusiasts and non-professional singers like architect Dheeraj Jhamariya, engineer Kishor Sarawgi, advocate Jay Sharma, engineer Vinod Garg, Maru Kokila Seema Mishra, and music teacher Mamta Jha presented musical performances. The program also featured reminiscences of Mukesh, his musical journey, his film career and his personality. The Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA), Sapta Shakti Command is conducting an Exhibition “Veer Smriti” from July 22 to July 23 July at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur to commemorate the supreme sacrifice made by our valiant soldiers in Kargil War. The event was inaugurated July 22 by Sushila Sharma, Mother of Capt Amit Bhardwaj and Santosh Kanwar, wife of Naik Anand Singh, both heroes of the Kargil War. Shakunthala Raju, Regional President AWWA interacted with the families of fallen soldiers and honoured them for their contribution to our nation and the Indian Army. The events associated with the exhibition witnessed a heavy footfall of families of serving soldiers, students and the local populace. Jagdeesh Chandra with Gopal Sharma, Praveen Chandra Chhabra, Satya Pareek, Aditya Nag and Rajesh Agrawal during the lamp lighting ceremony Jagdeesh Chandra with Satya Pareek, Praveen Chandra Chhabra and Gopal Sharma Jagdeesh Chandra addressing the audience Ajay Bhramatmaj in conversation with Preeti Mehta Gyan and Govind Dr Faiza, Preeti and Apra Anju, Sadhana and Neeta Jagdeesh Chandra being greeted by Aastha Agrawat. Also seen is Satish Kumar Agrawat Shankar and Ram During the workshop MUKESH KIRADOO SANTOSH SHARMA MUKESH KIRADOO