Food Review: Confusing grandiosity of Flames Restaurant

The places we’ve visited till now and have published about have been moderate on our wallets. This place was huge. In both sense of the word, its size and the bite it takes on your budget.

Flames is a family restaurant and a popular one among business executives. No-one would want to have a date here – not unless the couple’s too bent upon to do something crazy!

The restaurant is particularly neat, dimly lit and is handled by extremely well mannered waiters. The off-side, obviously, is that the food is preposterously expensive. So everything that I’ve written today is keeping in mind the absurdly high price of the dish in concern.

The Menu is exhaustive. They serve Italian, Continental, Mexican, Chinese and Indian cuisine. With every order you also get a complimentary drink and Fryums. [..]

4 Devotees killed in road accident at Sirohi

A Bolero carrying 13 people crashed with a truck near Sirohi today killing four persons and injuring seven people while on their way to Ram Devra. The accident was so severe that the bodies, which were trapped inside the vehicle wreckage were pulled out using a crane.

All injured have been rushed to MB Hospital, Udaipur while the deceased were shifted to the mortuary of Sirohi hospital. Several people including locals, social organizations, police and administration rushed on the spot to assess the situation and rescue the victims.

The injured belong to the Balai community and their names are Shobhalal, Madanlal, Chenram, Bansilal, Lalaram, Bherulal and Sirlal. [..]

[Photos] Janmashthmi celebrated with fervor

The event of Matki Fod also known as Dahi Handi was the prime attraction on the occasion of Krishna Janmasthmi, which was celebrated in an electric ambience at Jagdish Chowk today.

Dharmotsav Samiti organized the event with Rajni Dangi being the Chief-Guest.

The Clay Pot hanging 25-foot above the ground level was the target for 10 participating teams, with the price amount of Rs. 21,111 by Pacific University and Rs. 11,111 by Pankaj Borana, ABVP . [..]

Belgian Minister visits Udaipur

Didier Reynders, Belgium’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and European Affairs Minister arrived in Udaipur today for a two day visit.

Hemant Gera, District Collector and T.C Damor Inspector General of Police welcomed Reynders upon his arrival at Hotel Udaivilas Palace.

Coming from Jaipur via road, the caravan of special guests arrived amidst heavy showers at 6pm in Udaipur.

According to Pushpendra Singh, Protocol Officer, Didier Reynders will stay the night at Udaivilas and tomorrow at 11am he will visit Crystal Gallery at City Palace and leave Udaipur later in the afternoon at around 3pm.

“Pharmacist Oath” function takes place at BN Institute

Father of Medicine and Pharmacy, Hippocrates’ coined “Pharmacist Oath” was taken by 60 B.Pharm. Final Year students of BN Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and this oath was given by the Principal of the institute Dr. O. P. Mahatma.

Associate Professor in Pharmacy Dr. Kamal Singh Rathore told that each and every profession have their rules and regulations just like pharmacy profession is also having its code of conducts and ethical issues.

Each and every outgoing pharmacist should abide by these rules and ethics so that one always does the right and ethical work in his profession. [..]

Two held with country made Pistols

Udaipur Police has arrested two people with illegal firearms, which were purchased today from different locations of the city. According to the initial investigations, the accused disclosed to having purchased these guns for selling them further.

Sahil Harijan, resident of Nada Khada and Shashikant Harijan resident of Nai village were caught carrying country made guns from two different locations around Chetak Circle in an operation carried out by two teams of Hathipol Police today. [..]


Vedanta Khushi : A strange ‘WILL’..!!! That stayed after he left

Many a times, it doesn’t really matter how you live, but how you die and what both your life and death teaches others really effects to complete your human facade.

Similar is the story of a dignified man who left this world but kept an eternal wish of backing the complete education of at least two poor students.

This is the story of Pandit G.C Vashishta who left for his heavenly abode leaving a remarkable work for his family to carry forward; a work which he used to do for many years of his life. Being a Principal of a government school in Delhi, Pt. G.C Vashishta used to sponsor two academically sound but financially weak students.

Read the full story on Vedanta Khushi– Care for the underprivileged children

Hotel Room Boy Steals cash, caught on CCTV

The intentions of a newly appointed hotel employee went wrong after seeing a handsome amount of cash lying on the hotel’s cash counter; however he was unaware of the close circuit cameras, as he picked up Rs.40,000 from the counter and fled away.

The thief is identified as Sunil Khandelwal, resident of Ramganj, Kota and was working as a room boy at Hotel Greenview located at Gulab Bagh road.

According to the hotel manager, Rohit Soni, on the morning of 9th August when he came to the hotel, he discovered the cash locker was left opened and all cash which was around Rs. 40,000 were vanished. [..]

2009 Firing Case: Arms Supplier Nabbed from Amet

Moving another step forward while investigating the firing held on a businessman in 2009, Udaipur police has arrested one of the culprits who provided arms to the prime accused. who later gave it to the shooters.

Himmat Nath, who was absconding since 15th April 2010 when his name was revealed by Azam, prime accused in giving ‘supari’ of a property dealer Kanhaiya Lal Kumawat.   While under custody of Police, Azam confessed to buying weapons from Himmat Nath.

Himmat Nath was arrested from his house at Amet, he has been sent to remand till 13 August.

According to police, two people Sanju and Umar were arrested for attacking the property dealer. “They confessed Azam’s name as prime conspirator and through Azam we reached Himmat Seth” said a police officer.

Man falls off under construction building, dies

In a dreadful mishap that occurred early morning today, a man who was working as a laborer died after falling down from a four storey under construction building at Bhopal Pura area.

The incident occurred near Bhandari Hospital at around 10:15am when Ramesh Chandra Salvi, 47, resident of Amrav Ji Ka Matt, Surajpol was working on the fourth floor of the building and suddenly fell down. He was declared dead soon after being admitted to hospital. [..]