Category: Rajasthan High Court

Relocating Tigers: Belling the Big Cat

Source: indialegallive.com At Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, he was the monarch of all he surveyed. Today, Tiger T24, popularly known as Ustad, is languishing in solitary confinement at Sajjangarh Biological Park in Udaipur. Ustad attained notoriety after he killed a forest guard on May 8, 2015. Tragically, it was human interference that made Ustad a man-eater.

Rajasthan: Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government pledges ‘RSS-mukt’ sarkar

Source: timesnownews.com Jaipur: Controversy is brewing in Rajasthan as the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government is in the process of identifying employees who are wedded to the RSS ideology. The government is now planning to transfer them to location or posts which are not that significant. This move comes after the Congress’ crushing defeat in the 2019

Three Srinagar residents walk home after 24 long years of imprisonment

Source: brighterkashmir.com Three Srinagar residents booked in Lajpat Nagar bomb blast case were set free by the Rajasthan High Court found them innocent after serving 24 long years of imprisonment in Jaipur and Tihar jails. Eyes swelled with tears at their residences in Khanqa-e-Moula and Rainawari area with their relations and family members making bee

CBI conducts raids at 110 locations across country in separate cases

source:theindianawaaz.com The places include Delhi; Bharatpur; Mumbai; Chandigarh; Jammu; Srinagar; Pune; Jaipur; Goa; Kanpur; Raipur; Hyderabad; Madurai; Kolkata; Rourkela; Ranchi; Bokaro; Lucknow and other places in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand; Odisha; Himachal Pradesh; Punjab; Haryana; Andhra Pradesh; Karnataka and Bihar. In one of the cases, the premises of accused persons were searched in a matter related

Wind Generators in Rajasthan Face Payment Delays and Non-Renewal of PPAs

Source: mercomindia.com The Rajasthan Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited (RVUNL) has not renewed the Power Purchase Agreements it had signed with wind generators, despite the Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission (RERC) passing an order to ensure continuity in renewable power purchases. The PPAs, which expired in March 2019, have not been renewed yet. Speaking to Mercom, the

One sapling to be planted for each enrolment in Rajasthan govt schools

Source: business-standard.com In a novel initiative, one sapling will be planted for each enrolment in government schools across the state, Rajasthan School Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said Monday. Addressing a workshop here, the minister also said concerted efforts should be made for 100 per cent enrolment in state schools, sapling plantation and in reducing

No longer driving license cancellation of uneducated peoples proceed, this is complete information

Source:- english.newstracklive.com The union Ministry of Road Transport and highways has cleaned up a heavy motor license or commercial driving licence. That having a mandatory minimum educational qualification for heavy vehicles would be a problem for the trained drivers and would like to distance themselves from this issue. Earlier, the Rajasthan High Court had ordered