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October 05, 2019 Vol 04, Issue 188 Department of Journalism & Mass Communication

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Govt. of Raj ban pan masala Teacher’s day celebrated by BBA Dept. to curb addiction in youth Priya Yadav

Charu Sharma Jaipur. The Rajasthan government on Wednesday announced a ban on pan masala containing magnesium carbonate, nicotine, tobacco, mineral oil and flavoured supari. All such products will now be banned in the state under the Food Safety Act. This

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is an important decision taken to curb addiction among the youth, Health minister Raghu Sharma said. Production, storage, distribution and sale of these products will not be allowed in the state. With this, Rajasthan has become the third state after Maharashtra and Bihar to announce such a move.

Jaipur. BBA students of JECRC University, Jaipur celebrated teacher's day on 5th September. It is organised by Tulsi Bajaj, Arpit Toshniwal, Arpit Chaploti from BBA 3rd year. The whole programme is hosted by Arpit Toshniwal. Their main motto behind this event is to thank their teachers who taught them and support them in their college journey and make their journey so memorable. There were lots of performances by BBA students, an amazing performance by BBA girls, a robotic and comedy dance act is performed by a group of 2ndyear boys and there was a won-

Dr. Varsha Gupta, Associate Professor & Head

We must concern about deforestation

Kashish Soni

Jaipur. The environment is everything. That is around us but now, Environment issues are increasing rapidly, said Dr. Varsha Gupta, Associate Professor and Head of Department Microbiology. Budding Journalists of JECRC University interacted with her on Friday. On asking about the future of the earth in the upcoming years, she replied that firstly humans should have to aware of the deforestation. Because nowadays the cutting of trees breaking, harming of for-

ests are the biggest aspect. She said humans are unaware of that what they are doing. They are not leaving oxygen to the future

generations by harming the natural environment as living and non-living things. They should know that this nature can make alive long in on the earth. Humans are doing what from which they just live in their comfort zone. She tells about her education that she completed her Ph.D. in Environmental Toxicology. From last 21 years, she is in academic field. She has been written a book which is her first book on “Environmental Issues”. This book will be very beneficial for the students and academicians.

derful song presented by BBA 1st year students. Tanmay Garg of BBA 2nd year told a story related to parents which is quite emotional for the teachers as

well as for the students present there. The students show their love and respect to the teachers by giving handmade cards to them.

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Jaipur is the cleanest rly station in India: QCI

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Charu Sharma Jaipur. Jaipur ranked first with the overall cleanliness score of 931.75; Jodhpur got the second rank with the score of 927.19 and Durgapura scored 922.50 out of 1,000. This was a survey conducted by Quality Council of India (QCI) in which Jaipur boasts of the cleanest railway station

in India and ranks at the top of the cleanliness survey of railway stations in the country, according to the ‘Swachh Rail, Swachh Bharat 2019’ report released on Wednesday. Jodhpur and Durgapura (Jaipur) railway stations are also in the top five clean railway stations in the country, the report said. The North Western Railway (NWR), headquartered in Jaipur,

VP inaugurates National Seminar on SMART Policing

JU News (PIB)

Jaipur. The Vice President of India M Venkaiah Naidu today stressed the need to make policing people-centric and police stations people-friendly and receptive. Addressing a National Seminar on SMART Policing organized jointly by the Indian Police Foundation, the National Centre for Good Governance and the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), he suggested internal reforms within the police forces including improving the ambiance in the police stations to make them complainant-friendly. Pointing out that police station was the

first point of contact for people, he said that the common man should feel confident that the police personnel were competent to redress his grievance. At present, you would agree, a complainant enters the police station with serious misgivings whether his or her report would be registered or what kind of the treatment would the person get.

has been ranked the best among the 17 railway zones in the country. NWR, which was the best zone in 2018, got 848.7 points out of 1,000 to stay in the first position. The railway zone got seven of its stations in the top 10 rankers; the others being Durgapura (3rd), Gandhinagar (5th), Suratgarh (6th), Udaipur City (8th) and Ajmer.

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Press; fourth Piller of Democracy Daisy Sharma

Jaipur. The freedom of the press is the palladium of all the common, political, and religious rights. In a vote based set up, the press can go about as a scaffold between the administration and the individuals. This privilege is significant at the phase of the development of the administration. Majority rule government can’t get by without this right. Press is the fourth mainstay of popular government, which activities this privilege of the right to speak freely and articulation. The rights start from the US constitution. The job of media is significant as a criticism, introduction, and course instrument in all nations. A free press and free media rank

alongside an autonomous legal executive as one of the two organizations that can fill in as ground-breaking counter powers to debasement out in the open and private life. While such an opportunity, for the most part, infers the nonappearance of impedance from an exceeding state, its conservation might be looked for through sacred or other legit-

imate assurances. When all is said in done, we can say that Freedom of the press is the opportunity of correspondence and articulation through vehicles including different electronic media and distributed materials. While such opportunity generally suggests the nonappearance of impedance from an exceeding state, its conservation might be looked for through established or other assurance. Development and improvement of agent popular government are such a great amount of interwoven with the development of press that the press has come to be perceived as an institutional appendage of present-day majority rule government.

Nazare of Nahargarh, revolving eyes in Pink City

Bilal Muhammad

Jaipur. Nahargarh, the most happening place of Jaipur. Whole Jaipur lies in hearts of Jaipurites, but form Nahargarh holds a special spot in my soul. It is because it inspired me to hold the time into a photograph and make it immortal. Way to Nahargarh kept me entertained all the time and I am sure will keep you too as it is one of the adventures one. The scenery of the city keeps your eyes occupied the most time.

After driving through Aravali peaks for 9 K.M. I reached Nahargarh Fort. Jaipur holds many jewels but Nahargarh is the most precious one! The moment, I stepped out of my car It didn’t take me long to decide it. Bavadi of Nahargarh welcomes you warmly. It is known for the iconic Bollywood scene of Aamir Khan starrer Rang De Basanti where he jumped in the step-well. My parents once told me that step-well was filled with Bisleri mineral water so that Aamir is comfortable in jumping. Nahargarh Fort closes at 5 P.M.

So, I decided to go sunset point straight. This is the time when the pink city turns to gold. Right next to it is Padav Restau-

rant where I ordered a tea which is complimentary with the ticket. I took some photographs and calmly watched the sun as it sets. After all,

the things I have experienced in Jaipur I can say that Nahargarh at golden hour is the best thing you can do when in Jaipur. One of the reasons, it is globally popular is that it concludes the trip of Jaipur for travellers from all around the world. It was almost the time for sunset I was waiting for. It’s an extraordinary experience, standing on the highest peak of the city and watching it as it slowly embraces the darkness of night is a moment to remember a lifetime. After experiencing one Eve at Na-

hargarh, for next eve you’ll want yourself at Nahargarh.

Printed and Published by: JECRC University, Ramchandrapura, Sitapura, Jaipur. Reporter & Sub Editor: Charu Sharma, Kashish Soni, Muskan Bansal, Priya Yadav, Daisy Sharma, Akash Sharma, Bilal, Yukti, . Sr. Sub Editor: Charu Sharma. Layout Designer: Surendra Saini. Chief Sub-Editor: Brijesh Kumar Mishra. Associate Editor- Dr. Prabhat Dixit, Editor: Dr. Amit Sharma. DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this paper are author(s) own. Facts reported by them have been verified to the extent possible and the publisher are not liable for the same. This publication is for internal circulation only. Please send your valuable suggestions and feedback on ; themessage@jecrcu.edu.in

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