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Ecstatic start to ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2018

The eleventh edition of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival opened with invigorating music by performers from Gujrat, Assam and Rajasthan – the atmosphere was heady and energetic; as crowds thronged to the beat of ceremonial drums, music and dancing. Rajasthani performers wove their way through packed audiences as Festival

‘The right attitude towards EoDB will determine its success’ -Badnore

Praising CUTS International as a partner to the US Embassy for the project ‘Evaluation of Competitiveness of North Indian States’ while delivering the inaugural address at a Symposium jointly organised by CUTS, FICCI and FISME, “Competitiveness of North Indian States to achieve Inclusive Growth” in Chandigarh, Shri VP Singh Badnore,

ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2018 – Staging Literature, Theatre, Dance and Poetry

The ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2018 is set to explore the symbiosis of literature and the performing arts, enriched by the flavours of theatre, music, dance, and performance poetry in its eclectic bouquet of sessions. Marking its worldwide premier as part of the 70-year celebration of India’s independence and the UK

Ajmer By Poll: Waterloo of Vasundhara Raje

Ajmer, historically, has always been closely watched over by Delhi. The cosmopolitan city in the desert state lost its original character over the decades after it lost the opportunity of being capital of Rajasthan. But Lok Sabha by-polls of 2018 have again made Delhi to take note of Ajmer. Contest

Future hinges on By-poll Results for Vasundhara Raje and Sachin Pilot

By poll on two Lok Sabha seat in a BJP governed state like Rajasthan may not be seen as important enough for national headlines but results of these by polls will have the potential to decide political future of two well known figures in desert state, namely – Chief Minister

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