Sinha was appointed by President Pranab Mukherjee as per provisions Article 222 of Constitution after following recommendation of the Supreme Court collegium headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) T.S. Thakur.
The landmark legislation will provide statutory backing to land records, effectively guaranteeing land and property ownership.
The poll was the result of a campaign that started on Republic Day in 2016, led by the women of the village. The campaign was led by Geeta, the sarpanch, under whose guidance a voting session had also been organised on 29 February 2016.
The loan was granted to support the government of Rajasthan in improving the performance of its electricity distribution sector under the State’s 24x7 Power for All program.
As per the agreement, water plants will be established and maintained to provide clean drinking water to more than 800 villages in Barmer.
The Energy sector got MoUs worth 190000 crore rupees followed by Petroleum with 77657 crore rupees worth MoUs.
The agreement was signed by South Australia Trade and Investment Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.
The Agriculture Department of Rajasthan Government will be the nodal department for the policy and Rajasthan State Agricultural marketing Board will act as nodal agency for the policy.
As per the decision, the state government employees, already having two children from previous marriage, will now be allowed to have one child in case of a remarriage.
Out of these 27 MoUs, 14 MoUs were for promoting housing projects with an investment of 9273 crore rupees.
The policy was launched with an aim to establish 50 incubator organizations in next five years.
While Specially Backward Classes (SBC) were given 5 percent, Economically Backward Classes (EBC) were given 14 percent reservation.
With this Rajasthan became the fifth state in India after Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and Madhya Pradesh to pass such legislation.
AMRUT targets universal coverage in respect of water supply connections, sewerage connections and urban transport to all urban households in the state.
Annapurna Bhandars will emerge as malls in rural areas of Rajasthan and in the first phase, the scheme would be operational through five thousand Fair Price Shops.
During this three-month campaign, health data of residents will be collected and compiled. The residents would be issued health cards based on spot diagnoses.
Gujarat, which remained the undisputed leader in solar energy generation till 2014, came second with an installed capacity of 1000MW.
In the first phase, the metro will run on 9.6 kilometer stretch and cover nine stations from residential area Mansarovar to business hub in Chandpole.
Initially, the programme will be implemented in thirteen districts in which more than 10000 children have been identified as malnourished.
For the research on cow products, a scientific approach will be adopted for Indian traditional system of medicine.
The state Government launched the bank in collaboration with Norwegian government and JK Lon Hospital.
ASKeA in Tonk district on 6 October 2014 decided to end its tradition of sacrificing camel.
Rajasthan became first Indian state to start olive refinery. The refinery is located in Lunkaransar area of Bikaner.
Rajasthan became the first Indian state to ratify the National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2014.
Rajasthan HC ordered to stop discrimination on caste basis in cremation at various crematoriums in Jaipur and asked JMC to submit an action taken report.
Rajasthan government reduced the probation period in direct recruitment of its employees on higher posts from two to one year on 25 August 2014.
Rajasthan Government declared Camel as the State animal to check the declining number of camels in the state.
Minister for Minority Affairs inaugurated the country’s first Minority Cyber Village in Chandoli village of Alwar district of Rajasthan.
International renowned Desert Festival started at Thar Desert, Jaisalmer in Rajasthan