Jaipur: The state government has issued direction to cancel the Diamond Hill Housing project which is developed on the land where member of erstwhile royal family Gayatri Devi wanted to develop a public park.The JDA has issued 54 lease deeds in this housing project. Now, application in civil court will be filed to cancel these lease deeds.A senior JDA official said, "Following the state government's direction, the JDA has sought legal advice.
Jaipur: The election year calls for populist moves and the BJP-ruled government in the state seems quite prepared to overlook norms.For instance, it's all likely to waive the two-child norm, which is mandatory while applying for government jobs, and let those with three children apply for the post of sanitation worker.The urban development and housing (UDH) ministry is contemplating the move and may issue orders enabling candidates with three children to apply for the post.
DARRAH( Kota ): The forest department has decided to change its tiger relocation plan at Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve (MHTR) to provide a larger and contiguous habitat for the big cats.Instead of releasing them at Seljar range of MHTR as planned earlier, the tigers from Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (RTR) will now be relocated to Darrah.
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