Thursday 08th December 2016,
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Rajasthan

Huts of Pak-Hindu refugees burnt down in Jaisalmer

Huts of Pak-Hindu refugees burnt down in Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer: The Central government has started the process of giving citizenship to Pak-Hindus by relaxing rules, while some antisocial elements who are unhappy with the move, set fire to huts of Pak-Hindus at Mohangarh area in Jaisalmer district. Demanding justice, the Pak-Hindu migrants took out a procession and submitted a memorandum to the collector. They [...]

June 13, 2016 HHR Archives, India 0

Cow Smugglers Attacked and 50 Cows Saved By Villagers

Cow Smugglers Attacked and 50 Cows Saved By Villagers

In Chhoti Sadri, Dhola Pani region of Rajasthan, India villagers stripped and beaten up cow smugglers. Two trucks full of cows were illegally going to slaughter house. Four cows died due to suffocation, which made the villagers angry. Angry villagers then torched one truck outside the Gaushala and later striped and beaten the truck driver. [...]

June 1, 2016 HHR Archives, India 0

Pro-Isis slogans and threats of an imminent terror attack daubed on Mahatma Gandhi statue in India

Pro-Isis slogans and threats of an imminent terror attack daubed on Mahatma Gandhi statue in India

Pro-Isis slogans and threats of an imminent terror attack have been daubed on a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in a small village in north-western India.Images from the scene showed the face of the white statue had been smeared with brown paint, while the rest of the statue was covered in crude writing, including the word [...]

January 25, 2016 HHR Archives, India 0

Sirohi turns over a new leaf

Sirohi turns over a new leaf

REODAR/SIROHI: This Rajasthan district has restored both gender and green balance by planting trees to mark the birth of a girl child. Five-year old Sugna enters the temple complex and embraces a neem tree her own age, as her mother Wagtu Devi looks on. The mother and daughter are particularly attached to this tree at [...]

September 21, 2015 HHR Archives, India 0

Meet India’s first cow minister Otaram Devasi

Meet India’s first cow minister Otaram Devasi

NEW DELHI: His community — Rabaris, a livestock-dependent tribe traditionally-addresses him as “Bhopajj” or priest. He dresses up like a cow-herd himself: a long white cloth wrapped around his bare torso, red turban, dangling ear rings et al. With a lathi in tow, he walks into everywhere, even the chief minister’s office in Rajasthan. Otaram [...]

January 11, 2015 HHR Archives, India 0

A village that plants 111 trees for every girl born in Rajasthan

A village that plants 111 trees for every girl born in Rajasthan

In an atmosphere where every morning, our newspapers greet us with stories of girls being tormented, raped, killed or treated like a doormat in one way or another, trust India’s “village republics” to bring in some good news from time to time. One such village in southern Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district is quietly practicing its own, [...]

April 22, 2013 HHR Archives, News updates, Spirituality/Culture 0