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Sant, accused of rape hangs self by tree in Rajsamand village

‘Video clip on appeal for justice goes viral’ Udaipur : A 50-year-old sadhu allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in his ashram at Guniya Mahadev temple under Diwer police station of Rajsamand district on Monday morning. The deceased was accused of rape and an investigation was underway. Before ... Read More »

Cartoon persona masks made for kids in Sirohi

Udaipur : Cartoon persona masks have been made by way of ‘I Bharat Foundation’ social corporation to generate hobby in masks amongst children. It consists of innovative 50 sorts of masks of ChhotaBheem, Mowgli, Benton, Phantom, Motu Patlu, Tom and Jerry etc. Everyone is required to put on a masks ... Read More »

Dungarpur finds innovative ways to spread COVID-19 awareness

Udaipur : With sudden spike in cases of COVID-19 comes, stigma, myths and superstitions related to the disease and hence to dispel the myths and spread a basic scientific understanding of the public health measure behind the pandemic, the Dungarpur administration has resorted to comics, puppet shows to enlighten the ... Read More »

Its online wedlock for Raj groom with his bride in Maharashtra

Udaipur : Coronavirus lockdowns and travel restrictions have forced people around the world to delay their nuptials but this couple from two states , 650 kilometers away from each other, were too desperate to get married that they took the virtual way. Saurav Jain son of Sushil Jain, the groom from ... Read More »

Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh admitted to AIIMS

New Delhi: Former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has been admitted to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) after complaining about chest pain, news agency ANI reported. Singh, 87, is under observation at the cardio-thoracic ward of the premier hospital, reported. He was admitted under Dr Nitish Naik, a ... Read More »

MB hospital beds full : patients moved to private care centers

Udaipur : Even as the number of COVID-19 patients in Udaipur division is seeing a sharp increase, the govt MB hospital under the RNT medical college is fast running out of beds and hence the medical department has started moving patients to private health care facilities. According to hospital sources, ... Read More »

Entire Udaipur City declared containment zone till 22 May

Udaipur : With the number of corona virus positives having crossed 100 mark, the district administration has declared the entire municipal area (excluding industrial area) a containment zone to contain the community spread of COVID-19. Collector Anandhi issued the order which imposed complete restrictions on movement and activities of people ... Read More »

300 migrant workers from Gujarat cities arrive Dungarpur

Udaipur : Around three hundred migrant workers arrived in some 80 vehicles at Ratanpur-Gujarat border on monday. The workers were screened and segregated as per their home districts and later sent to their respective villages through buses arranged by the government.  “In the first phase we are receiving migrant workers who ... Read More »

62-yr old farmer donates a month pension to CM relief fund

Udaipur : In a heartwarming gesture, a senior citizen from Udaipur’s Vallabhnagar block donated Rs 750 , his entire pension for March month, to fund the state government’s efforts to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic. Heeralal son of Kaluram Dangi is a marginal farmer from Maharaj ki khedi village who ... Read More »

Centre objects to Kerala easing lockdown restrictions

New Delhi : The Centre has come down heavily on the Kerala government for its decision to allow opening of restaurants, bus travel in cities and opening of MSME industries in urban areas, saying it amounts to dilution of lockdown guidelines and also a Supreme Court observation However, the Pinarayi ... Read More »

Lockdown Guidelines: Agriculture, Select Activities Allowed From April 20

New Delhi: Activities like agriculture, IT, e-commerce and inter-state transport will be allowed after April 20 to “mitigate hardships to public”, the government said today in new guidelines issued a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended the coronavirus lockdown till May 3. Farming operations, including procurement of agricultural products and ... Read More »