Breaking News

Tag Archives: Rajasthan

Feed Subscription

Case Against Rajasthan ‘Godman’ For Alleged Sexual Assault

A 21-year-old woman from Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh has filed a sexual assault complaint against a self-styled godman in Rajasthan. FIR has been filed against Alwar’s Kaushalendra Phalahari Maharaj, 70, on the complaint of the woman who accused him of sexually exploiting her. The victim has accused the baba of raping her on August 7. The woman said in her complaint ... Read More »

40 year old widow branded witch – forced to eat faeces and beaten to death

Case of murder was registered against four – Pinky Raigar, Mahaveer Raigar, Sonia Raigar and Chandra Prakash Raigar according to IPC and also under the provisions of Rajasthan Prevention of Witch Hunting Act,2015 since they were accused of murdering a 40  year old widow who was not only made to eat faeces but was also beaten to death. “Kanya Devi ... Read More »

No Gandhi Jayanti Holiday In Rajasthan Universities This Year

The new calendar issued by the office of Rajasthan Governor Kalyan Singh does not have Gandhi Jayanti on October 2 as a holiday this year. In the new calendar, there are holidays only for Moharram and Diwali in October. Governor Kalyan Singh is also the chancellor of all state universities. Holiday calendar was issued according to the gazetted holiday calendar issued ... Read More »

Mass ‘leave’ by govt staff brings services to a halt

Several government services came to a halt on Tuesday following a four-day mass ‘leave,’ called by Rajasthan state ministerial employees union, demanding pay equivalent to secretariat employees among others. People face difficulties in getting their work done including registries and licenses as most of the government employees remained absent from the work. Work related to revenue court remains pending. Certificates ... Read More »

In Ajmer, four Sikh men were beaten horribly, investigation to start by state police

In Rajasthan, 4 Sikh men were dragged out from SUV car by a crowd and they were beaten cruelly by the people. The video of the incident went viral and Rajasthan State Minorities Commission has asked a report from the Ajmer police citing the matter and the action taken by the police. Jasbir Singh, Chairman of minorities commission said that ... Read More »

Indian Army’s Powerful Thar Shakti Exercise Ends in Rajasthan

Amid the tensions with the neighboring Pakistan, the Indian Army concluded the show of strength under its ‘Thar Shakti Exercise’ in Rajasthan. The army claimed that the rehearsal was aimed at planning the battlefield mobility of soldiers as per the changing scenarios and troops administration. The Thar Shakti exercise is believed to be attended by around 20,000 soldiers with various ... Read More »

In Rajasthan – 26 died after a Marriage Hall wall Collapsed

In a Marriage Hall, some 26 people died which includes four children and some 28 people were bruised, this happened because a wall distorted when a tempest hit the state yesterday night. Superintendent of Police in Bharatpur said that wall and a tin hut were devoted at the wedding hall, and got distorted during storm hit yesterday night. In the ... Read More »

Couple were beaten and assaulted in village of Rajasthan

A video went viral from Rajasthan; in the video, a boy and a girl were cruelly beaten.This happened in a village of Rajasthan. The girl was 20-year-old and she was sexually mugged and assaulted with a twig. Police have arrested some 18 people who include fathers of the boy and girl. There was no complaint registered by anyone about this ... Read More »

Rajasthan Police Arrests 5 More Persons In Paper Leak Case

question paper leak case

Claiming it as a major success in the question paper leak case, the Special Operations Group (SOG) of Rajasthan Police has arrested five more persons for their alleged involvement in the question paper leak racket.  SOG ADG Umesh Mishra said that the arrested persons are Nandlal Saini, an employee of Rajasthan University confidential department, Shankar Chopra, lecturer of Kaladera College, ... Read More »

Scroll To Top