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‘Most photographed’ tigress Machali dies

Machali was also known as Queen of Ranthambore. (Photo: Facebook)

Tigers in Ranthambhore National Park have no peculiar name.

Sushma Swaraj to the rescue, again

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj (Photo: PTI)

Days after she helped a couple unite for their honeymoon, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj responded to the plea of a young woman from Jaipur who was being threatened by trolls on Twitter for h

Hundreds of cows die in Rajasthan as caretakers on strike

What could be more ironical in a country where politics revolves around protecting and serving “cow”; where a man lost his life over a rumour of eating “beef” and people involved in animal trade are b

How celebrities dominate crimes against wildlife

Do we really care about wildlife or our obsession was just limited to the fate of Salman Khan?

Supreme Court verdict on housing to hit Rajasthan ex-CMs too

Former chief ministers and ministers in Rajasthan will also feel the impact of Supreme Court ruling on accommodations.

Panchayat polls: Plea against Rajasthan criteria

The Supreme Court has accepted a Special Leave Petition (SLP) challenging the constitutional validity of the Rajasthan Panchayati Raj (Second Amendment) Act, 2015 (Rajasthan impugned act), which fixes

Rajasthan High Court acquits Salman Khan in Chinkara poaching cases

Members of the Bishnoi community protest against the High Court's decision to acquit Salman Khan in Bikaner. (Photo: PTI)

Actor Salman Khan won a major reprieve with the Rajasthan high court on Monday acquitted him in two 18-year-old cases involving the shooting and killing of chinkaras (Indian gazelle), an endangered an

Rajasthan: For CBSE students, no guarantee of place

Being a CBSE student is tough in Rajasthan these days. Even if they secure 95 per cent marks, there is no guarantee of a place in the constituent colleges of state universities.

New scam reveals hidden truths of Vasundhara Raje government

Vasundhara Raje

The latest corruption scandal in Rajasthan has revealed a truth that the ruling BJP would never have wished to come out in public.

Is the Rajasthan model of privatisation sustainable?

Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje

She is not hailed as “Rani of Reforms” for nothing. Ever since her return to power in December 2013, Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje didn’t waste time to embark on path of privatisation.

“The dog barks up the wrong tree While behind him whole forests grow His indulgence in fantasy Means there are things he’ll never know.” From Dhoka Kola by Bachchoo

If the government knows how to dig in its heels on certain issues, then the judiciary would be equally strong in its resolve to stick to its stand.