27 Students, Individuals set Example for Citizens

To counter the lack of employees and improper administration at Gulab Bagh, responsible individuals, school students and self help groups of the city came forward and proposed a hand of help to Gulab Bagh administration to which it happily agreed.

And since 1st June, 17 students and more than 10 people have been involved in various activities to manage the place. As a result, the administration and visitors have been getting the benefit of the free services by the responsible local people.

Among the school students who have been providing their services for free are Anukriti Mehta, Raghav Toshniwal and Ashima Jain of The Study School. The kids have been utilizing their summer vacations in a best way possible but, since their schools have started operating, they will not be able to participate as much as they did. [..]

[Photos] Eternity FC wins 5-A Side FUTTA Tournament

Out of the 8 teams that competed during the past 3 days for the trophy and Rs. 11000 prize in the shorter version of Football (FUTTA tournament), Eternity FC won the finals by defeating Ralawata FC by 1-0.

Chief Guest, Model Surbhi Prabhu and Special Guest Lakshya Raj Singh Mewar awarded the trophy and medals to the winners. Organizer Jinu k Samuel presented appreciation certificate to every participant. [..]

New Session of Rotary Club starts tomorrow

The new session of one of the most socially active clubs of the city, Rotary Club, will start tomorrow with a Blood Donation camp and plants distribution activity.

Newly elected President B.L. Mehta informed that the club works on the philosophy of giving. “Tomorrow, we will start our session with a blood donation program at MB Hospital’s Blood Bank and a plants distribution activity in the evening with Celebration Mall.”

He told that various short and long term projects have been envisioned by the club for the coming session. One of the ambitious projects is to set up an Eye Hospital with international standards in the city. Another one is to bring the tribal kids to the main stream by teaching them about tablet and computer related projects.

H.R. Kudi takes hard stance on the practice of ‘Moutana’

On the last day of his 3-day visit to Udaipur, President of Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, H.R. Kudi addressed the media where he expressed concerns about various issues including a tribal ritual of ‘Moutana’ which is widespread in Mewar region.

Moutana is a practice of demanding cash compensation from the government at an untimely death of a tribal. To force the government to submit to the cash demand, tribal refrain from cremating the dead body and sometimes get violent. [..]

Cheque distribution to BPL families on roll

To fulfill the series of populist measures taken by the Gehlot Government in the Budget 2013-14, a camp to distribute cheques for purchase of Sarees and Blankets to BPL families of Ward Number 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 was conducted at Ambamata Community Hall. Today was the second day of the distribution in the city.

Associate Invigilator Tarang Yadav informed that the distribution will continue till 13th July during which BPL families residing in 55 wards will receive a cheque of Rs. 1500 each. [..]

Mother finds her lost daughter

The proper coverage by the local media of the lost girl found in Badi Area helped her mother to locate her today.

Kalpna Khatik, who works at Narayan Seva Sansthan, immediately called the numbers mentioned in the news.

The girl, Puja, was found yesterday in Badi area and was unable to remember her address. Child Line took her custody and reacted swiftly. With the help of local media, it broadcasted the details of the lost child.

The girl went with her mother today after proper paperwork.

Human Rights Commission Conducts Public Hearing

President of Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, H.R.Kudi conducted a ‘Jansunwaai’ (Public Hearing) today at Circuit House. Kudi is on a three days visit to Lake City.

To participate in the meeting, victims and public officers started gathering at the circuit house early in the morning. The meeting continued for half an hour within which more than 25 victims stated their complaints in front of Kudi. [..]

Child Line searches Parents of Abandoned Teenage Girl

Child Line, an organization working for the safety and rehabilitation of abandoned, underprivileged and troubled children, has found a lost girl in Badi area and is trying to find her parents.

The 15-year-old girl identifies herself as Puja Khatik. Her father’s name is Kishan Lal and her mother is Bhawna.

She does not remember her address properly and states her native at Surat, Bhuwana or Thoor.

For identification, Child Line has stated that she has short hair, wheaty skin and is wearing a brown necklace made of plastic-pearls.

Center Coordinator Vimla Chouhan informed that if anybody recognizes the girl, then they can contact on 0294-2453447 or 0294-2453442 or toll free number 1098.

Workshop on International Beautician Day

Hair and Beauty Organization (HBO) and Lake City Beauty Club jointly organized a two day workshop at Hotel Archi in Panchwati, Udaipur; celebrating the International Beautician Day, the organization also honored 4 young beauticians of the town for their exceptional work.

Today, on the last day of the workshop Ashok Paliwal gave demo of advance hair cutting techniques and Shwetasha demonstrated hair style on Mannequin head; whereas Manju Sharma with her group gave vital tips on bridal makeup through live demo over two days. [..]