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  • Mumbaikars to get new mode of transport by 2019: Seaplane

    Mumbai : By 2019, Mumbaikars will be able to travel by a new mode of transport, ‘seaplane’ which is equipped with a feature of landing on both water and land. This announcement was made by Union minister of Road and Transport, Nitin Gadkari who was in the city for the trial run of the seaplane.

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    Rajasthan murder: Mamata Banerjee announces Rs 3 lakh compensation, job for kin

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday expressed grief over the brutal killing of migrant labourer from Bengal, Afrajul Khan, in Rajasthan and announced a compensation of Rs 3 lakh to the deceased’s family. Banerjee also talked to the the deceased’s widow over phone and said she would send a team of ministers and party MPs to Khan’s family in Malda district.

  • Alleged ‘Love Jihad’ case in Rajasthan: Man hacks Muslim labourer and burns him alive

    A shocking video has gone viral, in which it is seen that a man is brutally killing a Muslim labourer. First, the man hacked the Muslim labourer with an axe and then burnt him alive over alleged ‘Love jihad’. The brutal and sickening incident was recorded by a second man and was shared on social media.

  • Will bring Odd-Even without exemptions: Delhi govt to NGT

    New Delhi : The Delhi government on Wednesday assured the National Green Tribunal (NGT) that it will bring the next Odd-Even traffic rationing scheme as per the tribunal’s direction that includes “no exemptions”.

  • Shahid Kapoor’s heart goes out to Sanjay Leela Bhansali; sends him love everyday

    The trouble for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s period drama Padmavati doesn’t seem to end. When the trailer of the film came out, the Sri Rajput Karni Sena had raised objections and re-ignited their protest that reared its ugly head in January earlier this year. However, everyone thought that a consensus will be reached and that the film will have a smooth release on December 1. But the protest gained momentum and soon

  • Alternate narrative is still missing

    AS the Gujarat elections are at the door-step to be followed by similar exercises in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh next year, the opposition must realise that whatever it is offering to the people as an alternate narrative has no selling points, apparently.

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    Mumbai: 26/11 victim finally gets some help, will shift to Rajasthan soon

    Mumbai: For many 26/11 is just be a date, but for the victims of the terror attack it is a life time of memories which will haunt them. But what hurts them the most is the promises made by the authorities right after the attack that weren’t fulfilled.

  • Let EVMs be checked before Guj polls, demands Cong

    New Delhi : Expressing fears that the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party will once again manipulate the electronic voting machines (EVMs) as seen in the civic body polling in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday, the Congress on Thursday demanded that a task force headed by a Supreme Court judge should undertake a thorough examination of all machines to be used in the Gujarat Assembly elections.

  • Make necessary changes to film, Vasundhara Raje urges Irani

    Jaipur : Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has written to the Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani, urging her to ensure that ‘Padmavati’ is not released without necessary changes to the film. Raje also said that the Censor Board should consider all possible results before certifying the film, a day after the Board sent the film back to its makers because the application for the certification was “incomplete”.

  • Rajasthan: Army jawan kills 3-day-old daughter

    Jaipur: An Army jawan allegedly drowned his three-day-old daughter in a bucket of water in a village in Rajasthan’s Churu district, police said today. The accused Ashok Jat allegedly drowned the infant yesterday inside his house in Ghasla Aguna village and buried her body, a police official said.

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    Padmavati row: After Chittorgarh, entry to Kumbhalgarh Fort blocked

    Jaipur: Hundreds of locals led by the Rajput community today blocked the entry to Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajsamand district, demanding a complete ban on Bollywood film ‘Padmavati‘, a day after a similar protest at Chittorgarh Fort against the movie. The situation in Chittorgarh is normal today, SHO of Chittorgarh police station Omprakash said.

  • Rajasthan: Gau rakshaks shot man in Alwar district, dump body on railway tracks

    Alwar/New Delhi: There seems to be no respite from the cultural violence launched in the name of ‘Gau rakshaks.’  This time, the cow vigilantes allegedly shot a man and dumped his body on the railway tracks. His crime: he was suspected of transporting cows for slaughter near the Rajasthan-Haryana border. Two of his associates were thrashed.

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    Rajasthan government plans committee to view ‘Padmavati’

    Jaipur: The Rajasthan government plans to set up a committee to watch Sanjay Leela Bhansali‘s forthcoming controversial movie “Padmavati“. “Modalities in this direction will be worked out soon. The committee will watch the movie and will identify the scenes in the film that may hurt the sentiments of public,” Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria told IANS.

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    ‘Padmavati’ Controversy: Rajasthan Home Minister warns of action against those trying to disturb law-and-order

    Udaipur: Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria today said appropriate action would be taken if anyone tried to disturb law-and-order in the state during the release of Hindi film ‘Padmavati‘, which has courted controversy. He, however, added that if the film, directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, had any objectionable content, it should be removed as Rajput queen Padmavati was an icon of