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- On September 10, 2021, the judges of Bani Park Court, Jaipur and Ganganagar Court introduced the facility of recording the statements of witnesses in the court through video conference (VC).
- The rules were notified on August 2, 2021 regarding the statement to be made by the VC in the High Court. The state government has amended the CrPC for this.
- In the first phase, all district courts have been made studios by connecting them with VC remote points and court staff have been appointed as coordinators on these studios.
- VC's hardware has been installed in 1242 courts of the state. Microsoft Teams license and fiber internet connectivity provided.
- In the second phase, VC remote points will be made in the taluka court. Government offices and hospitals will also be connected to it.
- He said that after notifying the rules of the VC by the High Court:
- The statement of the witness would be done in time.
- Government expenditure and time will be saved and trials will also be possible soon.
- By completing the entire process with transparency, the pendency of court cases will come down.
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- Recently, the Governor of Rajasthan Kalraj Mishra launched the campaign by releasing the poster of 'Digital Campaign of Federation of Hospitality and Tourism of Rajasthan' at Raj Bhavan.
- The Governor said that Rajasthan is a prosperous state from the point of view of tourism. There are also immense employment opportunities in tourism here.
- He appreciated this campaign focussed on eco-tourism.
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- On September 10, 2021, Principal Secretary Tourism and Culture Shiv Shekhar Shukla informed that the Union Ministry of Tourism has nominated Ladpurakhas village of Orchha for the 'Best Tourism Village' category in the United Nations World Tourism Organization Award.
- Along with this two other villages have been nominated from Meghalaya and Telangana.
- It is worth mentioning that with the aim of giving a new dimension to the concept of rural tourism, the 'Rural Tourism' project has been started in the state.
- In the next five years, 100 villages will be developed for rural tourism. In these areas, Orchha, Khajuraho, Mandu, Sanchi, Pachmarhi, Tamia, Panna National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Sanjay Dubri National Park, Pench and Kanha National Park, Mitawali, Padawali etc. will be developed by selecting suitable sites.
- Under the Rural Tourism Project, work is being done on 6 main components–
- Regional tourism based activities,
- Convenient accommodation/home-stays for tourists,
- Traditional and local cuisine,
- Cultural experiences,
- Art and handicrafts, and
- Skill upgradation of youth.
- This will directly benefit the local community from the development of tourism in their area. The Tourism Board is also providing training to develop tourism products with the participation of the community.
- 'Rural tourism' provides an opportunity to the local people to know about the interest and need of tourists while maintaining the importance of local culture and tradition.
- Through rural tourism, tourists can also find accommodation of local cultural specialties, types and processes of local food, dress, dialect, customs, traditions, local means of transport, jewellery, make-up songs, music, musical instruments, dance, painting, You will be familiar with the methods of preservation of food grains and food, local sports, social and economic methods etc.
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