Betting big on Gurjars and newfound Brahmin-Dalit social engineering, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is expecting to scale up its ‘baby elephant’ size in Rajasthan.
As the second round of talks between the Rajasthan government and Gujjar leaders got underway, it has become clear that the state administration was slow to react in the initial phase of agitation.
Negotiations between the Rajasthan government and Gurjar leaders have hit a roadblock after Gurjar Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti leader Kirori Singh Bainsla set new pre-conditions for the next round of talks.
The agitation engulfing the mustard belt of the state - Dausa, Kherli, Mahua, Alwar, Bayana, Kota and Bharatpur - has badly hit the arrivals of mustard seeds in the mandi.
It’s a double blow for the tourism industry in Rajasthan. While the state is yet to recover from the serial bomb blast that had rocked Jaipur earlier this month.
SFSL has slapped a claim of Rs 370 crore on Coca-Cola India, Atlantic Industries Ireland and other group companies alleging breach of contract.
Wheat crisis in making in rajasthan as farmers sell in mp where they get rs 100 over the MSP.
London-based Vedanta Resources is planning to invest $15 billion in the mining sector in India and Africa by 2010.
The Rajasthan government is mulling over giving the go ahead to 30 new engineering colleges from the next session, resulting an addition of around 5,000 seats to the existing 16,225 engineering seats in the state.
The Rajasthan government has decided to dish out a discount of 50% in the special road tax (SRT) for three years to tourist carriages duly approved by Indian association of tour operators (IATO) and Rajasthan association of tour operators (RATO).
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