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Rajasthan to attract film fraternities from all over the globe with its online permit structure

Since Rajasthan has been a preferred destination for a bunch of filmmakers from both the Bollywood and Hollywood industry, the government is now shifting its focus to a digital model, to provide for a glitch-free experience for those who are into making films. With an aim to facilitate 'ease of doing business', the government has introduced revised film shooting permits and a digital application service, which would help to rediscover Rajasthan's heritage, culture and locales. This facility has also been extended to travel companies and safari operators.

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Night curfew to extend in Jaipur & 12 other Rajasthan districts

With the release of a circular dated 15th January, the state's home department has extended the existing night curfews in Jaipur and the other 12 districts of Rajasthan till further notice. While the provisions of the last order regarding caution and containment are being continued, the state government's recent decision to open schools, higher education institutes, coaching centres and medical colleges will remain to be in place.

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Electric trains to shuttle from Jaipur to Udaipur & Rishikesh from January 16

Back in December, Jaipur's first electric train had successfully completed its journey to Prayagraj, after being flagged off from the Jaipur Junction railway station and officially, this e-train had marked the initiation of operations on the city's electric track. Now, electric trains are slated to run from the Pink City to Udaipur and Rishikesh from January 16 and the authorities of North Western Railway zone are gearing up for it.

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Jaipur's upcoming beautification project to assure a fresh blossom of flowers across the city

As a step towards revamping the state capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur Development Authority is working towards a beautification project with an aim to increase the city's green cover. According to reports, the stated proposal would cost an amount of over 4.3 crores. The objectives of the project are focused towards better maintenance of parks and adorning the medians of major streets and roads.

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One of Jaipur's highlights, the Wax Museum here offers more than just lifelike statues!

Travelling to Jaipur with an eye that craves spectacular pieces of art? Then you can't miss the famous extravaganza of modern creativity, the Jaipur Wax Museum, blooming amid the city's rich legacy. Touted as the first wax museum of the world to be opened at a heritage site, it is housed in the 300-year old Nahargarh Fort, situated at the foothills of the Aravalli Range. The museum carries wax crafted exhibits of over 30 renowned personalities from around the world and a scintillating palace of mirrors, assuring its visitors moments full of magic!

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