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By: Jaipur City Reporter | September 11, 2017

Police Drone Captures rocks stockpiled on roofs in Ramganj

After the mob attack on police station and public properties Ramganj is under curfew since last two days. Internet is not yet on in entire city.

Post curfew Jaipur police drone flew over the unrest area, what it found is shocking. Rocks and stones stockpiled on roofs in an event of another agitation. This is a very concerning sign, citizens of the city all geared up to destroy it.

Stern action has to be taken, city cannot be held hostage by few goons. Ms Vasundhra Raje and her cabinet has been in 'Talks' with muslim leaders. Is this kashmir or negotiations with naxals? State has to reinforce its writ else this will set a bad precedent.

A state without backbone will be pushed around by every tom dick and harry who can amass few people. Be it Ra...

By: Jaipur City Reporter | September 09, 2017

8 September Friday Night. The Pink city showed its ugly side on Friday night when an unruly mob ran rampant and burned properties, attacked police station and damaged properties. One person who was injured taken to hospital later succumbed to his injuries. Since Jaipur blasts by Pakistani terrorists in May 2008 it was first time Curfew was imposed in Jaipur after 9 years.

All it happened over a minor incident. On a routine vehicle check/clearing an encroached area from electric rickshaws Police man tried to stop Sajid who was on is motorcycle with his wife in Muslim Majority area of Ramganj. Eyewitness say instead of stopping he tried to speed away and policeman swung his baton and accidentally hit Sajid's wife. Allegedly he fell off his bik...

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.