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Rajasthan Budget: Rs 1,000 crore farmers’ welfare fund, Janta clinics announced

Calling it a "people's Budget", Gehlot also announced Janta Clinics, on the lines of Delhi's Mohalla Clinics, to provide free and accessible treatment.

Jaipur: Journalists protest after movement on Assembly premises curtailed

In a meeting chaired by Speaker CP Joshi, it has been decided that entry passes for the Assembly will be issued on the basis of circulation of newspapers and that the number of passes issued to journalists has been restricted beginning with the current session.

Jaipur: Fire breaks out in SMS Hospital

While hospital and fire officials said there was no loss of life in the fire incident, family members of a patient who died early morning alleged that smoke and suffocation caused his death.

Foreigner held with satellite phone at Jaipur airport

The satellite phone was recovered from the possession of Corbett during checking before boarding a Delhi-bound flight, DCP (East) Rahul Jain said.

Rajasthan Congress MLA booked for rape

Police said the woman, a 38-year-old widow, has registered a case through court against Meena. The MLA had won the Rajgarh Laxmangarh seat, which falls under Alwar district, with a margin of over 30,000 votes in last year's Assembly polls.

Rajasthan: 44 Pakistani migrants granted Indian citizenship

Out of the total, 15 migrants of Udaipur, 11 of Pali, six of Jalore and 12 living in Barmer were awarded Indian citizenship.

Convict from Pakistan killed in Jaipur Central Jail brawl

One of the four convicts then allegedly picked up a slab inside the room and fatally hit Shakarullah on his head. The slab was earlier used for box television sets; while the television had been replaced with an LED set, the slab was still kept in the room.

Pakistan national killed in Jaipur jail following brawl with inmates

The incident happened after a quarrel broke out between the Pakistani native and other prisoners. The exact reason of the dispute, however, is not known.

Jaipur councillors allege 500 cow deaths at Hingonia centre, seek action

BJP Councillor Anil Sharma said the councillors have demanded action and that cases of cow slaughter should be lodged against those who were responsible for the alleged deaths.

Farm loan waiver certificates from Feb 7

The announcement of date for the implementation of loan waiver comes after the opposition BJP said that it will launch a ‘jail bharo’ movement from February 8 to court arrest in protest of the Congress “not fulfiling” its poll promises.

Rajasthan High Court asks Robert Vadra, his mother to appear before ED on February 12

The primary evidence in the case prima facie indicated that the Skylight Hospitality Limited was involved in money laundering. ED had subsequently issued summonses to Robert Vadra and firm's partner Maureen third time in November last year.

Former Union minister CP Joshi elected Speaker of Rajasthan Assembly

Congratulating Joshi on his election, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said he has a rich experience of legislative rules and procedures both as a parliamentarian and state legislator.