Three-day national children's film fest opens in Udaipur

 For three days starting Sunday, Udaipur - Rajasthan's City of Lakes - will see the screening of children's 27 live action and animation films.

Karishma Tanna' s divine date with Upen Patel!
Karishma Tanna' s divine date with Upen Patel!

`Bigg Boss 8` is over but the the budding romance that started in the house for inmates Karishma Tanna and Upen Patel did not end there.

Rajasthan: Cold conditions abate

Cold conditions abated in entire Rajasthan on Saturday as mercury picked an upward trend, giving respite to people in the state.

Udaipur Eco hut: Converting waste and garbage to something useful

See how trash and garbage are utilised to create something beautiful in Udaipur's Eco haat.

Graft-tainted officer Tinoo Joshi surrenders before court

Dismissed IAS officer Tinoo Joshi, who is wanted in connection with disproportionate assets cases, on Tuesday surrendered before the local court.

Cold conditions persist in Rajasthan; fog affects train services

Dense fog affected rail and road services in Rajasthan even as mercury plummeted sharply at several places in the state.

Cold waves continue in Rajasthan, claims one life

The cold weather in Rajasthan continued to affect normal lives where over nine trains were delayed and a man was found dead on Thursday, Met reports said.

Fog disrupts normal life in Rajasthan, Udaipur shivers at 5 degrees Celsius

Dense fog and mist disrupted rail, road and air services in Rajasthan on Monday with Udaipur recording season's coldest night at a minimum temperature of five degrees Celsius.

PM Modi inaugurates second unit of Palatana power project

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated the second unit of ONGC Tripura Power Company (OTPC) powered Palatana power project in Udaipur and dedicated it to the nation saying development would be ushered in the North East on the basis of a four-point revolution.

Over 65 percent polling recorded in Rajasthan civic polls

Over 65 percent turnout was on Saturday recorded in Rajasthan civic elections, as voting passed off peacefully barring minor clashes including in Bikaner where a BJP candidate was taken ill after he was allegedly forced to drink thinner by rivals at a polling booth.

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Tribal couple killed in grenade blast in Rajasthan

A 45-year-old tribal man and his wife, who were collecting fire woods in a forest, were killed in an explosion of a hand grenade in Rajasthan's Sirohi district.

Belgian found dead in Rajasthan

A 36-year-old Belgian tourist was found dead in a hotel room in Surajpole area in the city, police said on Wednesday.

10 killed in Rajasthan bus accident

Ten people were killed and 36 injured in Rajasthan Sunday when a bus carrying pilgrims collided head on with a truck, police said.

Light rains at few places in Rajasthan

Light to moderate rains occurred at isolated places in Kota and Udaipur divisions of the state today whereas the weather remained mainly dry in rest of the Rajasthan.

12-yr-girl axed to death by relative in Rajasthan

A 12-year-old girl was on Tuesday axed to death allegedly by her mentally-challenged distant relative in Tidi area of the district, police said.

Raj Govt working to revive `wheel of development`: Vasundhara Raje

Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has said her government is trying to restart the "wheel of development," which had stopped moving forward during the previous Congress government in the state.

Rajasthan Govt to hold Independence Day function at Udaipur

The Rajasthan government today announced that it would organise the state-level function to celebrate Independence Day on August 15 at Udaipur.

Udaipur has the best hotels in India: Survey

When it comes to best hotels in India, the historic city of Udaipur in Rajasthan leads the list of top 10 destinations, according to a survey by online hotel search site trivago.

Sepia-tinted pictures document 100 years of Udaipur`s history

Rare photographs of the Maharanas of Udaipur, its majestic landscape and architecture in sepia-tinted frames are documented in a book that throws light on different photographic processes used to preserve a century of heritage from 1857 to 1957.