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By: Jaipur City Reporter | November 18, 2017

290th Foundation Day, Jaipur

Jaipur, The Pink City, Paris of East has turned 290 years young today.

Founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1727 Jaipur is 290 years young today. Happy Foundation Day. Proud of my city, Stay awesome, Stay Beautiful and Stay Pink

By: Jaipur City Reporter | August 30, 2017

Krishn Kanhaiya, by Hafeez Jalandhari
Lord Krishna nazm
Krishn Kanhaiya, by Hafeez Jalandhari

This nazm is by Hafeez Jalandhari, the Urdu poet most well-known for composing the lyrics to Pakistan’s national anthem, the Qaumi Taranah. Born in the Punjabi city of Jalandhar (now in India), he moved to Lahore following India and Pakistan’s independence and Partition in 1947. It was a time of mutual co-existence and poets and writers wrote about any deity regardless of their religion. In fact Allama Iqbal who is considered as the father of Pakistan had written a nazm in Praise of Lord Rama.

Below is the Translation of Original Urdu Poem in English, stanza by stanza. 

By: Jaipur City Reporter | July 25, 2017

Jaipur Police to investigate doklam issue in Sikkim

Tense times sometimes bring funny situations. In Dainik Bhaskar on 25th July 2017 there was a mixup of two news item. One news was about India -China Doklam standoff in Sikkim and other was a local news.

Looks like Station In-charge Mr Mukesh Choudhary will be investigating it, he has been called by radio stations all day, poor guy didnt know what to say.

By: Jaipur City Reporter | July 08, 2017

Mera Wala Dalit
Mera Wala Dalit

Mera Wala Dalit

It’s a public knowledge now that Ram Nath Kovind is a NDA candidate and Meira Kumar is a UPA candidate for the 14th President’s Elections in July 2017. Much hyped similarity between them is their caste. They both “happened” to be Dalits. I hyphenate the word happened because it’s anything but a coincidence. For both political parties (BJP and the Congress alike) it’s an expression of their admiration for and recognition of Dalits but for a non political commoner like me it’s a stark reminder that looking down upon Dalits and using them for political gains is still so prevalent in modern India.

Much in to symbolism and with elections always in mind, BJP reached out to its dusty old closet and picked up one Dalit from oblivio...

By: Jaipur City Reporter | November 12, 2016

How to identify genuine new notes

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Tags: RBI, India, Notes, Currency