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Old September 3rd, 2010, 05:08 PM   #21
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Heritage hotel owners to meet in Jodhpur tomorrow

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JAIPUR: The city's heritage hotel owners will meet in Jodhpur for the ninth annual general meeting of the Indian Heritage Hotels Association (IHHA). The meeting will be held at Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur on September 4. This was stated by the general secretary of IHHA, Randhir Vikram Singh Mandawa. The meeting will be chaired by the president of IHHA, Maharaja Gaj Singh of Jodhpur.

The general secretary further said that elections to the executive committee and office-bearers for the third five year term (2011-2015) of the association will also be held during the meeting.

Singh said that there are 162 members in IHHA today, which was formed in 1990 with just 14 members. Presently, the heritage hotels cover running hotels in palaces, castles, forts, havelies, lodges or residences built prior to 1935.

The heritage hotels are different from star categories and are categories by the government into heritage, heritage classic and heritage grand categories.

Singh said that the heritage tourism has become a movement and has promoted rural tourism in a big way. These hotels have given a fillip to local tradition, rural games and sports, fairs and festivals and the overall development of rural areas.
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Barmer police on Facebook

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JAIPUR. Barmer Police is now accessible on social networking portal Facebook. Some innovative officers have established an account of Barmer police on the portal in a bid to increase link with people.

The police portal will be open for public comments and views, people can directly post their suggestions or complaints. Though a crime reported on the internet site might not hold much legal validity, it will however increase liability of the police.

"The portal will help building direct communication between the police and the public and any post made on the portal will be responded without delay," said S P Barmer, Santosh Chalkae.

The police will not be able to easily deny accepting FIR of a case reported online and visible to all the senior officials and the public. A delay in action over any particular case will also be highlighted.

The Barmer police have so far been able to add seven friends on its list and crime reports are yet to be made over the portal. Meanwhile, the police have been using it to provide the public a display of police activities. Experts hope the social networking efforts will help bring together the general public with police and administration.


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Univs sign MoU to promote

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JODHPUR :Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Rajasthan Sanskrit University (JRRSU) and Rajasthan Ayurveda University (RAU) signed an MoU (Memoranda of Understanding) on Friday for creative assistance and enhancement of the available resources.

Vice chancellor of JRRSU Kiran Soni Gupta and RAU V-C Banwari Lal Gaur signed the MoU in Jaipur.

Gupta said both the universities will cooperate on sharing of teachers, besides holding a number of seminars, conferences and workshops. The universities will give special emphasis on promoting research work.

"Besides sharing books, we will share information on arrival of new books, journals and papers," Gupta said.

RAU V-C Gaur said the university will assist JRRSU in setting up a garden of medicinal herbs. Both the universities will further set up an industry for manufacturing medicines from these herbs. This initiative will also help students in undertaking serious research in medicine. Toegther the two universities will formulate a marketing policy together for selling the medicines.

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Foreign tourist arrival up by 21%: Gaj Singh

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JODHPUR: The ninth annual general meeting and the election of the new office bearers of Indian Heritage Hotels Association were held at Umaid Bhawan Palace on Saturday.

The newly elected office bearers for a five-year term are erstwhile ruler Gaj Singh (president), Suresh Talera ( vice-president), Randhir Vikram Singh ( general secretary), Gaj Singh Alsisar and Joerg Drechsel (joint secretaries) and Prithvi Singh ( treasurer).

Speaking on the occasion, Gaj Singh said, "During the year of global financial meltdown, the niche segment of heritage hotels experienced an adverse effect as these hotels are completely dependent on the leisure segment."

"There was a drop of 20% in business in the first quarter of 2009-10. But the business has improved and the tourism sector has shown a visible improvement. Foreign tourist arrival figures have shown a growth of 21% which is a reason enough to cheer," he added.

Among the efforts would be to support the Centre's initiative to host an Indian tourism mart, on the lines of the ITB in Berlin, in 2012 in New Delhi.
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Old September 5th, 2010, 02:16 PM   #27
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Select the title, paste it in google and you'll get the source. The title of everything i post is always the original title so if you put in google (the news section) you'll get the story. It's by the times of india.
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Old September 5th, 2010, 11:23 PM   #28
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After 16 Years none of the districts in Rajasthan are facing a drought!

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UN praise for rural job plan in Rajasthan

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A global report, which warned governments of major threat to food security because of erratic rainfall, has cited rejuvenation of groundwater under Mahatma Gandhi National Employment Guarantee Scheme as a success story for other countries to follow but warned against construction of big dams.

A UN affiliated body, International Water Management Institute released the report on Monday, Water Storage in Era of Climate Change and has examined the recent trends of heavy rainfall and drought — terming them as a result of climate change.

Some of the solutions to adverse impact of water availability in future have come from India. One success story reported is from Rajasthan, where 10,000 water harvesting structures were built under MGNREGA to re-charge groundwater.

"It has resulted in possibility to irrigate 14,000 hectares of agriculture land benefiting over 70,000 people," the report said.

These small investments have brought a big change. The villagers are now growing vegetables and other cash crops in addition to normal grains.

Tamil Nadu had achieved similar success through a different path. Several water storage tanks, which were earlier used for water storage in arid and semi-arid tracks, were converted into re-charge ponds for underground water.

The report also said that 499 million people in Africa and India can benefit by improved water management but did not advocate construction of big dams for irrigation purpose.

"Many of the 50,000 large dams built worldwide since the 1950s are intended to store water for irrigation…There are the adverse social and environmental impacts, including displacement of up to 80 million people from their homes and disruption of the livelihoods of some 470 million people living downstream from dams as a result of altered river flows." the report said.

The report instead proposes an integrated approach that combines large and small-scale storage options, including the use of water from natural wetlands, water stored in the soil, groundwater and water collected in ponds, tanks, and reservoirs.

"Just as modern consumers diversify their financial holdings to reduce risk, smallholder farmers need a wide array of 'water accounts' to provide a buffer against climate change impacts," said Matthew McCartney, the report's lead author and a hydrologist at the institute.

"That way, if one water source goes dry, they'll have others to fall back on."
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Convention on NRI in Jaipur planned

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JAIPUR: The 10th edition of the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) a flagship event of the Ministry of Overseas Affairs ( MOIA) will be organised in Jaipur in 2012 for the first time. The event will be organised in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry and will have Rajasthan as the partner state.

Expressing his gratitude for choosing Rajasthan as a venue for the convention, chief minister Ashok Ghelot assured his support to Union minister Vayalar Ravi.

Before the conference, the Rajasthan government will have to get its act together to see the completion of the planned International Convention Center at Pratap Nagar that has switched locations thrice. For according to sources, the ministry has once rejected the Birla Auditorium, claimed to be the best that Jaipur has as a venue.

PBD Conventions traditionally provide a platform for exchange of views and networking to the Indian diaspora from across the world on matters of common interest and concern to them. Such Conventions have helped the Centre to better appreciate the expectations of the overseas Indian community.

Read more: Convention on NRI in city planned - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz0yv25r7zi
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SMS doctors conduct country's first stem cell kidney transplant

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JAIPUR: The SMS Medical College here has added yet another feather in its cap by being the first hospital in the country to have successfully carried out a kidney transplant with stem cell technology.

The surgery was conducted on a 35-year-old man on June 11 who has now been taken out of post-transplant medication. He may not require any future medication and has been showing steady recovery, said doctors.

"It is the second only such procedure recorded in the world where a transplant patient has been completely withdrawn of the post-transplant drugs," said Dr L C Sharma, head of the department of nephrology.

The immunity level of the patient, Hari Singh -- a Jhunjhunu resident -- against other diseases is also much better and doctors expect the transplanted kidney to last longer. According to doctors, nine weeks past the operation, they have stopped the use of immunosuppressant medications and he may not require regular intake of medicines unlike other patients of kidney transplant.

"A patient's body looks at the kidney as a foreign body and tries to damage the transplanted organ. The immunosuppressant medications are thus necessary for an ordinary kidney transplant patient," said Dr Sharma.

However, injection of the stem cell in the patient helps in developing a harmony between the patient's body and the transplanted organ. Thus, the need of immunosuppressant drugs is reduced. Though such attempts have previously been made in Gujarat, they they have been unable to reach complete independence from the immunosuppressant treatment post the transplant, said doctors.

Hari Singh was diagnosed with a kidney failure in 2009 and was referred to SMS hospital in March 2010. The doctors at nephrology department selected him for the innovative treatment as he was to receive the kidney from his mother, which is a more suitable case for the new technique.

The proposal for the surgery was presented at the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) and it was approved by a 19-member team after an evaluation of all the possible aspects. The transplant was done by Dr P C Sadasukhi of urology department, SMS hospital while Dr L C Sharma and Dr Shimon Slavin from Israel were chief advisors.

With an aid of nearly Rs 8.5 lakh from ICMR, two kidney transplants were held on June 11. While the first patient (Hari Singh) received the kidney through the stem cell technology, the other got it through regular technique.

In both the cases, the transplant cost was around Rs 2 lakh. However, the patient with regular transplant still has to take immunosuppressant drugs of nearly Rs 1.5 lakh per year. The stem cell patient, on the other hand, has shown steady recovery and does not require any sort of medication. However, doctors have kept him under regular observation as the technique is still in research phase.

Despite the benefits the process is still under research stage and it will only after studying the results over next few years that the facility is expected to become available for the common patients. SMS Medical College has received permission to perform only one such operation. However, following the success, it is expected that they may be allowed to repeat it on a couple of other patients.

"The first such operation was reported from a medical school in Boston. As part of the process, five patients were transplanted using the process. Of these, four were withdrawn from the immunosuppressant drugs in duration of nearly one year. The kidney functionality of the patients were found unaffected even after a couple of years," said Dr L C Sharma.
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Well this advert was in today's newspapers and I thought it was worth posting. It's nice to see that they're including the community into the school system.
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Biodegradable carry bags launched

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JAIPUR: As a perfect corollary to the plastic bags ban in the city, the Sulabh International, a social service organisation launched a campaign on Thursday to make biodegradable carry bags made of jute and paper. Mayor Jyoti Khandelwal inaugurated the launch in a function organised at Paanch Batti.

The initiative is widely seen as generating employment besides protecting environment as the mayor assured all co-operative efforts to make the attempt a success.

While addressing the media Khandelwal said the civic body would be stringent in dealing with all those who violate the provisions of plastic bans in the city.

"We need to change our behaviour in the context of using poly bags as it has been a part of daily habits. Thus if we make alternative bags like these jute bags at affordable prices, people would change their habits," said Khandelwal.

This unique project of promoting handmade bags (bio-degradable) seems to have a socio- economic dimension. Suman Chahar, chairperson of Sulabh Academy of Environment Sanitation and Public Health , New Delhi told TOI that at least 2,000 liberated women scavengers have been working day and night to produce the fancy jute bags.

Initially state-run rehabilitation centres at Tonk and Alwar districts and now under Sulabh, these women have been trained to make the bags. "We intend to rope in other women from BPL families in this initiative and give them productive employment," said Suman.

The NGO plans to introduce these bags in other parts of the state in future. These bags would be available from all Sulabh complexes in the city and are reasonably priced.

Jaipur Municipal Corporation on its part assured the residents that efforts would be made to completely do away with plastic bags. Meanwhile, the state pollution control board has also issued stringent notices to establishments and shops encouraging use of plastic bags.

Read more: Biodegradable carry bags launched - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz0z7UjDT10
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Rajasthan gov announces agri loans worth Rs 3,063 cr

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Jaipur, Sep 10 (PTI) Rajasthan would distribute crop loans worth Rs 3,063 crore to farmers in the upcoming Rabi season. "Loans target would be three times more than the previous rabi season," Parasdi Lal Meena, Rajasthan Cooperative Minister, said at a high level meeting here. In the last rabi crop season, the state had distributed crop loans to the tune of Rs 987.51 cr on farmers' demand, the minister said. This initiative would target 9 lakh peasants and the cooperative department would try its best to achieve it, the minister said.
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E-governance: Raj sops for masses

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JAIPUR: The time is not far when a ration card holder could purchase food items from any ration shop of his choice according to his convenience as all the rations shops in a locality would be interconnected by computers.

This was stated by the principal secretary civil supplies O P Meena during his presentation at the second day of the two-day e-Governance Leadership Meet at SMS Convention Centre on Thursday. The meet was organised for officials of the state government under the national e-governance programme with the help of the National Institute of Smart Government, Hyderabad.

Meena said ideally the public distribution system should be managed by the respective gram panchayats instead of private ration dealers. The BPL list should be constantly updated deleting the ineligible and including the eligible ones to plug leakage in the system.

Revenue department officials said the computerisation of land records would be completed by 2016 and committees have been constituted at all the district levels. The department is working on simplification of laws, standardisation of forms, digitisation of revenue maps and strengthening of the revenue and survey section as part of the
e-governance programme.

The rural development and panchayati raj department is working on the issue of domicile certificate, caste, income and death and birth registration through kiosks under the e- governance programme, says secretary Tanmay Kumar. He said in order to monitor the attendance of employees working at the village level the biometric system would be implemented. This system could be extended to the workers engaged in MGNREGS workers for attendance and payment, he said.

The urban development principal secretary G S Sandhu said once the e-governance programme was executed in the department 18 services provided by the department could be availed by the people from their homes. He said all the 184 nagar palikas and UITs are preparing an 'e-nagar mitra' programme and a pilot project is on in Bhilwara district. The programme ended with the IT minister Jitendra Singh calling for breaching the language barrier by introducing IT based services in local languages.

Read more: E-governance: Raj sops for masses - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz0zA0qC1wb
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State expects bumper crop production this year

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JAIPUR: Following a good and extended monsoon, the state is expecting bumper kharif and rabi crops with the reservoirs brimming with water to meet the demand of the agriculture sector.

Coming after a long dry spell, the farmers have nothing better to ask for. Already quenched of their thirst with majority of the water bodies brimming the farmers hope that not only the standing kharif crops would give them rich dividends but a good rabi season ahead. This augurs well for the common people who are reeling under a food price-induced inflation.

According to the state's irrigation department, water bodies in the state have achieved about 50 % of their total capacity. With the monsoon rain still active in the state, the water level is likely to further go up. Out of a total of 695 reserviors, 91 are full while 398 are partly full

Buoyed by the expected record area cultivation of pulses during the current kharif season, the Union agriculture department hopes that the prices of the pulses and cereals would stabilise once the kharif crops reaches the market.

According to an Union Agriculture ministry estimate, the production of pulses may go up by more than a million tonnes in the current kharif season.

The kharif pulses production last year was 4.3 million tonnes which was down from the previous year's production of 4.69 million tonnes leading to unprecedented price rise. The overall production during the 2009-10 crop year remained at 14.59 million tonnes compared to 14.57 million tonnes in the previous year.

Meanwhile, pulses' acreage has gone up in the current kharif season to 110.08 lakh hectares against 90.57 lakh hectares in the same period last year, due to increased sowing by farmers in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

Due to the good monsoon this year the major pluses-producing states have exceeded their target area under cultivation. The sheer magnitude of the area covered under cultivation itself speaks the volume of the output even if the productivity factor is not considered, says a senior agriculture ministry official.

Rajasthan is among the top cereals and pulses-producing states in the country. About 67 and 24 lakh hectares of land under cereals and pulses cultivation, respectively this year. Major pulses are cultivated in the state are moong, masur, urad and chaula while paddy, jowar, bajra, maize are major cereals.


Read more: State expects bumper crop production this year - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz0zQH46nom
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One-month long rabi programme from Sept 15

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JAIPUR: A month-long rabi campaign would be kicked off in the state from September 15 to October 15 at gram panchayat level.

Every year before the rabi season a one month preparatory programme is organised by the agriculture department under the joint auspices of the agriculture, horticulture, dairy, veterinary and the various agriculture universities.

During the campaign the officials of the department will interact with the farmers on latest agriculture techniques and schemes for their welfare.

Agriculture minister Harjiram Burdok said certified high quality seeds of pulses would be distributed to the farmers under the seed replacement programmes. They will also be given information regarding weather-based crop insurance schemes which have been implemented all over the state.

Burdok added that the department has set a target of constructing 5,000 dighis (water reservoir) in the command areas in the current fiscal year and the farmers would be given a subsidy of Rs 2 lakh per dighi by the department. He said in order to improve productivity in the tribal areas of Udaipur division special programmes are being launched there.

Read more: One-month long rabi programme from Sept 15 - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz0zWPI0XAy
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Learn computer to get government job in Rajasthan

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Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday said new government jobs in the state will be given to those having basic computer knowledge.

"The state government has so far provided computer training to its 20,000 employees and in new recruitment drive, those having computer ability and training will get government jobs," Gehlot said, addressing a batch of engineering students at Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre (JERC) in Jaipur.

Employees with computer knowledge will help taking the e-governance up to village level, he said, adding the government has earmarked three per cent of the budget allocation in all departments to the IT sector.

Gehlot said that due to privatisation of higher technical and medical education, the state had received an investment of Rs. 4000 crore from private institutions in past few years.



The first women polytechnic in the state would be opened in Bharatpur soon, he said.


Read more at: http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/le...sthan-52347?cp

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Microsoft, RTU in pact to supply free software to 1 million students

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Microsoft and the Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) today signed an MOU on a 'Dreamspark' programme to provide software developer and designer tools free of cost to at least ten lakh students in the state.

The MoU was signed between Microsoft's head of local software economy Phani Kondepudi and the RTU vice-chancellor RP Yadav at Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre's (JECRC) induction ceremony, in the presence of chief minister Ashok Gehlot.

Speaking on the occasion Moorthy K Uppaluri, general manager, Developer and Platform Evangelism, said that DreamSpark aims at providing students with access to the latest Microsoft developer and designer tools at no charge to unlock their creative potential and set them on the path to academic and career success.

The programme aimed to equip a new generation with the knowledge and tools, they need to harness the magic of software to improve lives, solve problems and spur economic growth, Uppaluri said.

Over ten lakh Students of RTU and University of Rajasthan, and affiliated colleges will be benefited with access to the tools under the MoU agreement, he said.

DreamSpark is a suite of the latest Microsoft software developer and designer tools, including Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010, Professional Edition, SQL Server 2008 Express.

Later, Uppaluri signed another MoU at the university for the same with the University of Rajasthan.

He said that the university will verify students and then distribute the keys for free access of the software.

Uppaluri said that Indian students have immense potential and they can do wonders. The software would help them largely by providing them professional level developer and design tools.
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US team visits Ajmer village to see e-governance in rural India

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A delegation, comprising senior officials of US Administration and industry, paid a visit to village Kanpura in Srinagar Panchayat Samiti of Rajasthan's Ajmer district here on Wednesday.

The visiting delegation was keen to witness a demonstration of the potential of Optical Fibre to the Village Project being implemented here.

The demonstration was organized in the wake of recent meeting of the Union Minister of State for Communication and IT Sachin Pilot with Anish Chopra, Chief Technology Officer to the United States President Barack Obama.

The team witnessed this system was providing rural people an access to health and education related data as well as its role in streamlining the functioning of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) processes.

As an example of how indigenous technology can bring improvement in the lives of rural people, the team was shown a live tele-medicine demonstration between Kanpura village and Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) Chandigarh.

During the demonstration, patients were examined and prescribed treatment through the Video enabled tele-medicine set up in which doctors and patients were able to watch and communicate with each other.

The system has been developed by the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) under the Ministry of IT and used the optical fibre connectivity provided by BSNL. (ANI)
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