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Old September 16th, 2010, 06:02 PM   #41
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Obama likely to visit Ranthambore

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JAIPUR: US president Barack Obama, during his visit to India in November, is likely to go on a tiger safari at the Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan. Although the final itinerary of Obama and his wife Michelle is yet to be announced, highly placed sources confirmed his Ranthambore visit.

According to sources, secretary of state Hillary Clinton may also accompany the couple. It was apparently at the suggestion of Hillary that the Ranthambore trip was added to the itinerary of the visiting president.

In March 2000, former US president Bil Clinton, his daughter Chelsea and Hillary's mother had visited Ranthambore and had sighted two tigers during the safari. Sources said that Hillary was thoroughly impressed by that experience and she suggested Obama's visit to the reserve, which has a population of 39 tigers at present.

However, Obama's daughters — Malia Ann and Sasha Natasha — will not be able visit Ranthambore, as they have their exams during the time. In fact¸Malia and Sasha were eager to see the place after the children of US ambassador Timothy Roemer shared their experiences of sighting four tigers in the national park.

Read more: Obama likely to visit Ranthambore - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz0zi14YBlD
Well if he does then the publicity will be great! I hope he does.
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That will be some visit, good to see the follow ups.
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The Athletes' Village for the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi has been officially opened and described as "better than the Beijing Olympics" by Craig Hunter, the Chef de Mission for England's team.
The dates for the Games are 3 - 14 October 2010, inclusive of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. Weather wise the city experiences an October mean temperature of a minimum 17.2 degrees centigrade and maximum 31.3 degrees centigrade with humidity ranging from 31 to 78% for the October and November months.
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Prince Charles will be the guest of The Maharaja of Jodhpur for the third time

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Compucom Software wins order worth Rs10.4 crore from Rajasthan

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Compucom Software Ltd said it won an order worth around Rs10.4 crore from the Rajasthan Council of Elementary Education.

The company will provide computer aided learning programme (CALP) in 836 government schools of Rajasthan.
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Infant deaths down in Rajasthan

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Jaipur, Sep 21 (IANS) A five-year-long project on reproductive and child health in Rajasthan has yielded encouraging results, bringing down infant deaths in the state to 55 from 74 in 2006, the project officials said Tuesday.

The project, which ended in June this year, was implemented in 180 villages of seven districts in Rajasthan with the financial assistance of Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA).

Also, the live births reported in the project areas were 54 percent boys and 46 percent girls as against 60 percent boys and 40 percent girls in 2006.

These findings were disclosed at a state-level dissemination workshop organised here by Adhar Research Institute, a Jaipur based NGO which conducted the project with the network of 10 NGOs.

'The project was mainly focused on community empowerment and linkages with the government departments and panchayats for accessing better Reproductive Child Health (RCH) services services in rural areas. It aimed at reduction in child and maternal mortality, total fertility rate and survival of girl child,' said Satyajit Bhattacharya, co-ordinator of RCH Network - a network of 10 NGOs.

The 180 villages covered under the project were situated in Jaipur, Dausa, Ajmer, Nagaur, Alwar, Tonk and Sikar districts. The panchayat samitis under which they fell were Chaksu, Dudu, Phagi, Dausa, Silora, Arain, Parbatsar, Behror, Newai, Malpura, Dantaramgarh and Kuchaman.

The total population covered was 150,985 as per the 2008 survey.

Bhattacharya said the project had succeeded in preventing and controlling diseases and ensured equal participation of women in decision making on health and gender issues.

'There was an increase in male involvement during delivery and illness of wife. Moreover, the reproductive health-related issues were discussed by girls and boys on the same platform with less hesitation,' an RCH official said.

'The health delivery system registered an improvement on fronts such as - immunization, safe delivery, newborn care, nutrition, breastfeeding and household and community toilets,' he added.
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Some pictures of the Jaipur International Fashion Week



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Very classy, where was this event held?
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Queen's Baton reaches Jaipur

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Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot also launched the postal ticket during the Queen's Baton Relay in Jaipur on Wednesday, September 22, 2010.
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The first picture look at the roads, felt like paris.
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The dates for the Games are 3 - 14 October 2010, inclusive of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. Weather wise the city experiences an October mean temperature of a minimum 17.2 degrees centigrade and maximum 31.3 degrees centigrade with humidity ranging from 31 to 78% for the October and November months.
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The road after all is leading towards the vidhan sabha! and to your other question: no I don't really know the exact place.
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Rajasthan village uses touch screen to find jobs

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Bhilwara, Rajasthan: At a small village in Rajasthan's Bhilwara, job searches have gone high-tech. Villagers can now find jobs provided by the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, simply with a touch of their finger.

At a kiosk set up by the NGO OneWorld Foundation India, the worker can just place his thumb on the scanner, and his job status will pop up on the screen. It is also delivered by a recorded voice.

"Earlier, we used to go to the village council office to apply for a job. Now, we can come to the information service centre and apply through the computer. We can also check our job card, register complaints or get a payment receipt simply at the touch of your finger. This centre has made our lives easier," said Sumitra, a resident of Bhilwara.

Workers can apply for future jobs by sending a message to a central helpline, using a special sms service.



Any complaints can be registered online and are addressed by the district administration.

"Workers come here and whatever complaints they have, whether it's related to the bank or the payment, or distribution of work, they come here and register their complaint online," said Ashish Maheshwari, a district administration official.

The service is so impressive, that the rural development ministry plans to extend it across the country.


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राजस्थान: पंचायतों में मिलेंगी 40,000 नौकरियां

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जयपुर. प्रदेश की ग्राम पंचायतों में 40,000 डिग्रीधारी युवाओं को नौकरियां मिलेंगी। राजस्थान सहित पूरे देश में अब पंचायतों के प्रबंधन की कमान एमबीए डिग्रीधारी युवाओं को सौंपी जाएगी।

पंचायतों का सारा प्रबंधन, योजनाओं के क्रियान्वयन और मॉनीटरिंग की जिम्मेदारी एमबीए पास पंचायत विकास अधिकारी (पीडीओ) की होगी। इस संबंध में केंद्रीय पंचायती राज मंत्रालय ने सभी राज्य सरकारों को प्रस्ताव भेजा है। प्रस्ताव लागू होने के बाद पंचायतों में एमबीए, इंजीनियरिंग, अकाउंटिंग और रूरल मैनेजमेंट और एग्रीकल्चर में 40,000 नौकरियां मिलेंगी। ग्राम पंचायतों में एक-एक पंचायत विकास अधिकारी, जेईएन, लेखाधिकारी और प्रसार अधिकारी नियुक्त करने के केंद्रीय पंचायती राज मंत्रालय के प्रस्ताव पर सभी राज्य सरकारों ने सहमति जता दी है। इस पर दिल्ली में बुधवार को राज्यों के पंचायती राज विभागों के सचिवों की बैठक में चर्चा हुई।

वेतन में हर साल 10% वृद्धि

कर्मचारियों के वेतन में हर साल 10 प्रतिशत की वृद्धि की जाएगी। इनकी भर्ती की एजेंसी तय करने के बारे में विचार विमर्श चल रहा है। मॉडल नियम बनकर तैयार हैं। इन कार्मिकों की तनख्वाहों के लिए 8 साल तक केंद्र से राज्यों को पैसा दिया जाएगा। पहले साल 80 प्रतिशत पैसा केंद्र देगा और इसमें हर साल 10 प्रतिशत कमी की जाएगी।इसके बाद नरेगा में संविदा पर लगे कर्मचारियों को हटा दिया जाएगा।

फैसला क्यों: नरेगा लागू करने के बाद पंचायतों के काम का बोझ बहुत बढ़ गया है। एक पंचायत में सालाना 50 लाख से एक करोड़ रुपए तक के काम हो रहे हैं। नरेगा के अलावा केंद्र और राज्यों की दूसरी ग्रामीण विकास योजनाओं का जिम्मा भी पंचायतों के हवाले है। पंचायत स्तर पर प्रबंधन के लिए अभी केवल एक ग्राम सेवक है।

केंद्रीय ग्रामीण विकास और पंचायतीराज मंत्री डॉ. सीपी जोशी का कहना है कि नरेगा सहित ग्रामीण विकास की अन्य योजनाओं को सही तरीके से तभी लागू किया जा सकता है जब पंचायतों के पास अकाउंटिंग, मैनेजमेंट और आईटी का जानकार स्टाफ हो। मौजूदा ढांचे में अकेले ग्राम सेवक के भरोसे यह संभव नहीं है। इसके चलते हर पंचायत में चार अधिकारी लगाने का फैसला किया है।

ऐसे करेंगे मैनेजमेंट: पंचायतों में एमबीए डिग्रीधारियों को ग्राम सेवक के ऊपर का पद दिया जाएगा। उन्हें पंचायत की योजनाओं का रिकॉर्ड रखने, केंद्रीय व राज्य की एजेंसियों से समन्वय रखने, अकाउंटस अपडेट रखने, ग्राम स्तर पर योजनाओं की मॉनिटरिंग, आरटीआई के तहत सूचनाएं देने की व्यवस्था और कंप्यूटर पर रिकॉर्ड अपडेट रखने का काम सौंपा जाएगा।

पंचायत स्तर पर नए खुलने वाले राजीव गांधी आईटी सेवा केंद्रों के प्रबंधन की भी सारी जिम्मेदारी इनकी ही होगी। जेईएन नरेगा और दूसरी योजनाओं के तकनीकी काम संभालेंगे। लेखाधिकारी पंचायतों के खातों को संभालेंगे। प्रसार अधिकारी सरकारी योजनाआंे की जानकारी लोगों तक पहुंचाने और आरटीआई में सूचना उपलब्ध कराने का काम करेंगे।

ये होगा फायदा: देशभर में मैनेजमेंट की डिग्री हासिल कर चुके युवाओं को रोजगार मिलेगा। पंचायतों का कामकाज गति पकड़ेगा। आईटी और प्रबंधन के जानकार कार्मिक गांव में होने से पंचायतों की व्यवस्था सुधरेगी और लोगों को बेहतर सेवाएं मिलेंगी। गांवों तक ई गवर्नेस और गुड गवर्नेस का फायदा मिलेगा।

10 हजार वेतन पर 5 साल के लिए नियुक्ति

केंद्रीय पंचायती राज मंत्री डॉ. सीपी जोशी ने बताया कि पंचायतों में चारों तरह के कर्मचारियों को अधिकारी का दर्जा दिया जाएगा। इनके लिए अलग से सेवा नियम बनेंगे। पंचायतों में चार तरह के अधिकारी लगाने के लिए राज्य सरकारों से जल्द ही करार किया जाएगा। इनकी नियुक्ति पांच साल के लिए होगी। पीडीओ को प्रतिमाह 10,000 रु. और बाकी को 8,000 रु. का वेतन दिया जाएगा।

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Queen's Baton Reaches Jodhpur



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A nice effort in udaipur...

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India's first armed women's police Battalion

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Prince Charles, wife get royal welcome in Jodhpur

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Jodhpur, Oct 5 (IANS) Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker Bowles were accorded a royal welcome by the erstwhile rulers of Jodhpur when they arrived at the Umaid Bhawan Palace here Tuesday afternoon, sources said.

Prince Charles, who is on a day's visit to Jodhpur, arrived at an Indian Air Force station here at 11.55 a.m. in a chartered plane from Chandigarh and was received by senior air force and army officials.

District Collector Sidharth Mahajan and Superintendent of Police Mahesh Goyal were also present, officials said.

'After spending a few minutes at the airport, Prince Charles drove to the army's desert corp's headquarters where he met Commander Narendra Singh,' an official told IANS.

After the engagement, he went to Umaid Bhawan Palace, where Gaj Singh, erstwhile ruler of Jodhpur, his wife Hemlata Raje and his daughter Shivranjani accorded a royal and traditional welcome to the royal couple.

'He was garlanded amid traditional welcome songs and dances by folk artistes,' said sources close to the erstwhile royal family of Jodhpur.

Prince Charles also held discussions with the former royals on different issues, including the preparations for wedding of former prince Shivraj Singh.

Prince Charles was served a royal lunch, which included continental, Indian and Rajasthani cuisine. 'He especially enjoyed the traditional Indian sweet, halwa, and leechi juice,' sources said.

After the lunch, he rested a while in the palace, sources said.

Prince Charles and his wife are likely to visit a nearby village to get a glimpse of rural lifestyle and water conservation efforts in the region, officials said.

The royal couple will take a look at the initiatives undertaken by local NGO, Jal Bhagirathi Foundation, for water harvesting and conservation, they said.

They will also visit the Maharaja Gaj Singh Jal Sansthan, the head office of the foundation at Bijolai.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwell are also scheduled to visit village Tolesar Charnan, officials said.

The royal visitors are to have dinner with Jodhpur's erstwhile ruler Gaj Singh at Bal Samand heritage resort where folk songs and dances have been organised. They will leave for London around 8 p.m.

The Prince of Wales first visited the city in 2006.
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Govt gives panchayats 10% of its annual plan outlay

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JAIPUR: Panchayati raj institutions in Rajasthan now have administrative and financial control over district-level employees and schemes of five government departments. The state government has also declared to allocate 10% of its annual plan outlays to the panchayat bodies beginning 2011-12. The share from the annual plan would be given in accordance with the recommendations of the fourth state finance commission, which will be constituted shortly.

Devolving powers to the panchayats on the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on Saturday, the state government placed primary education, medical and health, agriculture, social justice and empowerment and women and child development departments directly under the authority of the elected rural bodies.

In addition, the "complete cleanliness programme" of the public health and engineering department (PHED) has also been transferred to the panchayats. "Since additional powers and responsibilities have been granted to the panchayats, the state government will provide them adequate support staff too," chief minister Ashok Gehlot said here at a press
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The vacancies, including those of gram-sevaks, in the panchayat institutions would be filled on priority basis. At the same time, the government has decided to create new posts of panchayat development officers (PDOs) for every gram panchayat, panchayat extension officers (PEOs) and senior and junior clerks for every panchayat samiti and development extension officers (DEOs) along with a staff trained in handling computers for every zila parishad.

The government has in principle agreed to appoint IAS officers as CEOs at the divisional headquarters and RAS officers (super-time scale/selection grade) as additional CEOs at the district level for the panchayat bodies. "The ACEOs will also function as additional district programme coordinator for the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS)," the chief minister said.

Besides recruiting, transferring and fixing accountability of the government employees associated with public schemes of the five departments in rural areas, the panchayats would get a say in financial decision making at the district-level. Finer details about how to entrust the financial powers will be discussed at the collectors' conference scheduled at Jaipur on October 5 and 6.

The three-member cabinet sub-committee under panchayati raj and rural development minister Bharat Singh will monitor the execution of additional powers by panchayat bodies on a regularly basis.

The state government has also accepted the sarpanches' demand about making an amendment in the contractual purchase system under the MGNREGS. "The panchayats will now have full rights for making purchases by inviting open tenders. A junior engineer and an accounts officer will made members of the panchayat-level purchase committee to provide technical assistance to the sarpanches," Gehlot said, adding that presence of the technical staff will be a mandatory condition before granting purchase tenders.

Accepting another demand of the sarpanches, the government has increased the limit of imprest amount from Rs 500 to Rs 10,000 for the gram panchayats and from Rs 2000 to Rs 25,000 for the panchayat samiti and zila parishad level.
The Rajasthan rural livelihood development council (RRLDC) was also set up to ensure effective implementation of the schemes of the national rural livelihood mission (NRLM).

Read more: Govt gives panchayats 10% of its annual plan outlay - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz11VKBMXo6

I wonder if things will improve.......?
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Gehlot releases Jodhpur-made ‘Soil Atlas’

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Jodhpur: ''Soil Atlas'' of Rajasthan was released at the chief minsiter’s residence on Monday.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot released the database prepared by the State Remote Sensing Application Centre, Jodhpur.

"The atlas comprises of various types of soils as per geographic conditions of various districts, their fertility and capability for agriculture, forest and other activities," Dr N K Kalra, Project Director and Deputy Secretary, State Remote Sensing Application Centre, Jodhpur, said.

"All the line departments of the state will be benefited by the content of the atlas in planning and execution of their projects," he added. He informed that 344 soil series have been identified and mapped in the state.

The new atlas will help various departments in planning and execution of their projects. This is the first time that such an atlas has been prepared for any state in India. Gehlot expressed hope that the atlas will help to ease the work of various projects in the state.

Chief Secretary of Science and Technology Department Rakesh Verma earlier explained the use and nuances of soil atlas. Project Director of State Remote Sensing Application Centre NK Kalra said the Jodhpur centre has also prepared watershed atlas, ground water atlas and resource atlas in the past.
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Rajasthan leads the way in ensuring right to education

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State implements Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation as pilot project in 60 schools

Rajasthan is racing against time to get rid of the tag of a State with poor human development indicators. At least as far as the school education is concerned, the efforts are dedicated and results expected to be positive. Keen on implementing the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 in letter and spirit, the State is already way ahead in ensuring all children are in school and keeps track on 12 lakh children who are out of school, including drop-outs and those who never went to school.

DOOR-TO-DOOR SURVEY

“This figure of 12 lakh was arrived at from a comprehensive door-to-door survey done on the lines of Census,” said Veenu Gupta, Commissioner and State Project Director of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA). These names will now be put on an interactive web portal that will become functional next month with directions to the officials to enrol them into schools. The out-of-school children include 7.13 lakh girls and 4.77 lakh boys.

“Citizens and civil society groups too can give names of out-of-school children which would be verified and then added to the list. As and when these children are enrolled it will be displayed on the website. Each student will be given a registration number that will help the government to keep track on them,” Ms. Gupta explained.

The SSA is the implementing vehicle for the Right to Education Act and as part of this exercise the State government has created a resource group of experts for advising it.

Apart from banning corporal punishment and ensuring total sanitation and safe drinking water in all schools by March 2011, Rajasthan has started implementing Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) as a pilot project in 60 schools. CCE scheme refers to a school-based evaluation of students that covers all the aspects of their development, where ‘continuous' means regular assessments, frequency of unit testing, analysis of learning gaps, applying corrective measures, retesting and giving feedback to teachers and students for their self-evaluation, ‘comprehensive' on the other hand means covering both the scholastic and co-scholastic aspects of a student's growth and development. “Implementing CCE is a huge task as it involves changing the mindset of teachers,” Ms. Gupta pointed out.

SHORTFALL OF TEACHERS

There is a shortfall of 23,000 teachers that has put the teacher-student ratio at 1:40 against 1:30 envisaged under the RTE. She said the State has already done away with Class V and Class VIII Board exams as part of the CCE.

CCE pilot projects have been initiated in schools in Jaipur and Alwar districts for students from Class 1 to Class IV for three years before the system is introduced in all schools. The teachers in these identified schools have been given special training for implementing CCE, Govind Singh, Assistant Director of SSA told TheHindu.

Of the 317 teachers to be trained for the purpose, 265 have already completed their training and are now in the process of introducing the new system in the schools. The training was conducted with the help of UNICEF and Bodh Shiksha Samiti. Admitting that the new system meant more work for teachers, Mamta Sharma, a trained teacher in a primary School in Malviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) said that the system was inclusive and more relevant. The students are judged according to the level of performance for which various innovative methods are used by teachers, thereby discouraging rote learning and fear of exams. A proper daily register of a child's performance is maintained and the parents who form part of the School Management Committee (SMC) kept updated.
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