RTI Act blacked out in Rajasthan school books

RTI Act blacked out in Rajasthan school books

A page in Rajasthan school textbooks has been removed following the revision, a report said.

Deaths in rehabilitation home: Raje govt suspends erring officials

): The Rajasthan Government on Sunday suspended two deputy directors, one coastal superintendent, one caretaker and two doctors in connection with the death of 11 people, including seven children, living in a state-run rehabilitation home.Rajasthan`s Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Arun Chaturvedi said they are monitoring this case and have formed an enquiry committee to be headed by the Principal Secretary.

Panel on no-detention policy favours Board exam in class VIII

 A committee constituted by the Centre has favoured a slew of changes in the no-detention policy for school children, including holding of board exams in class VIII.

BJP President to attend second year bash of Raje govt

Over 3 lakh party workers and office bearers, including leaders, ministers would be addressed by BJP president Amit Shah on December 13 at Janpath, Jaipur. 

'Raj govt concerned about suicides among coaching students'

According to data released by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) recently, Kota has registered 100 suicide cases in 2014 and 45 of them were coaching students.

Ex-Jharkhand HC CJ appointed as SHRC chief: Rajasthan govt to SC

Rajasthan government has appointed Justice Prakash Tatia, former CJ of Jharkhand HC, as Chairperson of the State Human Rights Commission.

Rajasthan notifies quota for Gujjars, SBCs

Rajasthan government has issued a notification to provide five per cent quota to Gujjars and other Special Backward Classes (SBC) for which the Assembly has passed a bill last month.

Bill proposing 5 percent quota to gujjars, SBC sent to Rajasthan Governor

Rajasthan Government has forwarded a bill proposing five per cent reservation to gujjars and other communities under SBC to the Governor.

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Rahul Gandhi on 'forced vacation' to stay away from Bihar poll campaigns: BJP.

After Mumbai, sale of meat banned in Rajasthan for Jain festivals

After Mumbai, sale of meat banned in Rajasthan for Jain festivals

Amid the ongoing row in Mumbai over the meat ban during a Jain festival, the Rajasthan government here has also imposed restrictions on the sale of meat.

Rajasthan forms task force to tackle seasonal diseases

With increase in seasonal diseases like malaria and dengue, the Rajasthan government has decided to cancel leave of government doctors and has also constituted a task force to monitor the situation.

Rajasthan govt to undertake water conservation programme

Rajasthan govt to undertake water conservation programme

Rajasthan government has decided to undertake water conservation programme using rain-water harvesting techniques for villages reeling under drinking water shortage.

Search for the mythical Saraswati

Efforts to revive the mythical Saraswati river are gaining momentum.

Adani Group inks pact to set up 10K MW solar park in Rajasthan

"This project will be India's largest solar park and will also house manufacturing facilities to be set up under the country's ambitious Make In India initiative," Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani said in the statement.

Rajasthan bans Maggi noodles

Rajasthan government today imposed a ban on the sale of Maggi noodles in the state followin directions from central food safety regulator FSSAI.

Delhi-Jaipur highway: SC slams Rajasthan for displaying 'helplessness'

The Supreme Court on Thursday chided the Rajasthan government for displaying "state of helplessness" in carrying out a high court direction to facilitate widening of the Delhi-Jaipur highway.

Israel to cooperate with Rajasthan in water management

After having partnered with Rajasthan government in the agriculture sector, Israel is looking forward to help the state in the field of water management and tourism.

Gujjar stir: Talks to go on Thursday; Raj govt to make fresh proposal

Talks to resolve the stand-off over the issue of job reservation for Gujjars will continue Thursday with a spokesperson for their delegation saying a breakthrough is likely during the fresh parleys after Rajasthan government Wednesday expressed its inability to meet their demands.

Reservation issue: Gujjar stir to continue as talks with Rajasthan govt fail

The meeting between representatives of the Gujjar community and Rajasthan government on Saturday ended in a deadlock as the community leaders accused the government of not coming up with concrete proposal to fulfil their demand of 5 per cent quota in government jobs.