The state of Banswara was founded by Maharawal Jagmal Singh.It is named for the "bans" or bamboo forests in the area.Banswara District is in southern Rajasthan with an area of 5,037 square kilometres (1,945 sq mi) located between 23.11° N to 23.56° N latitudes and 73.58° E to 74.49° E. It is bounded on the north-east by Dhariawad, Pipalkoot & Arnod tehsils of Pratapgarh district of Rajasthan; on the east by Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh; on the west by Sagwara and on north-west by Aspur tehsils of Dungarpur district of Rajasthan; on the south-east by Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh and on south & south-west the Dohad district of Gujarat.The region represents a rugged terrain undulated by short ridges west of Banswara.It is also known as 'City of Hundred Islands', due to presence of numerous islands on the Mahi River named "Chachakota" where the islands located, which flows through Banswara.Banswara city is governed by City Council (Nagar Parishad) which comes under Banswara Urban Agglomeration.The Pam Lychner Sexual Offender Tracking and Identification Act of 1996 (Lychner Act) required the Attorney General to establish a national database at the FBI to track the whereabouts and movements of certain convicted sex offenders under Title 42 of the United States Code Section 14072.
The National Sex Offender Public Website—coordinated by the Department of Justice—enables every citizen to search the latest information from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and numerous Indian tribes for the identity and location of known sex offenders.
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So say the physicians who wrote Stay Young: 10 Proven Steps to Ultimate Health. “The fountain of youth can be found between the sheets,” says Anderson, who, along with the Gamans, runs Executive Medicine of Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The SIM cards were used by the five accused to open Paytm accounts (e-wallet accounts), where their ‘clients’ were made to pay Rs999 as a one-time registration fee.
After collecting the money, they would close the account and open a new one.