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
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is hunting for suitable boy. Not one but two, both for Ajmer and Alwar parliamentary constituencies, where seats have fallen vacant due to death of incumbents. Raje is also looking for a suitable match to be fielded as BJP candidate at Mandal assembly constituency which
Dushyant Singh and Vishvendra Singh, the scion of erstwhile royal families of Dholpur and Bharatpur now carries OBC status. It seems a ‘Season of Raining Reservations’ in Rajasthan as Vasundhara Raje is following an appease-all policy in the run up to 2018 assembly elections. Celebrations of both Jats in Bharatpur,
Vasundhara Raje, Chief Minister of Rajasthan is in election mode even thought assembly elections in the state are still 13 months away. Barmer Refinery project is on fast track so that it can see day light before December 2018. Most of the major infrastructure projects such as Drayvawati river front
Vasundhara Raje, the samdhan of gurjars, continues spell charm and seduction to keep them glued. Raje has now promised gurjars that 5 percent reservation in services and education institutions which will be given to them in addition to 21 percent OBC quote. Vasundhara Raje government has promised gurjars to bring
Ashok Gehlot is one politician, who surely knows few tricks and his jugglery in politics always leaves his follower bemused, supporters amused and distracters confused. With regime as Rajasthan Chief Minister behind him and ample experience in parliament, Gehlot is surely one of the most experienced parliamentarians from Rajasthan today.