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On Diwali eve, Anandiben on a ‘surprise visit’ to Valsad village

Sources said that one more surprise raid at an unknown location could not be ruled out.


State likely to unveil new e-governance policy today

The 2014-15 budget has already mandated all departments to earmark three per cent of their budgetary allocations towards e-governance.


Govt on aggressive drive for Vibrant Summit

After Diwali, teams led by other Cabinet ministers will explore non-BJP states like Orissa, Assam and Telangana.


Crackdown on cow slaughter: Cops invoke PASA against four

On the eve of Bakrid, Ahmedabad Crime Branch’s raids went awry in Shahpur, leading to clashes.


Gatisheel Gujarat tells the tall tale of Anandiben govt’s 100 days

Gatisheel Gujarat-II also talks about providing 1 lakh new agriculture power connections by 31 March, 2015.


Despite CM directive, none booked under PASA Act for cow slaughter

The ongoing investigations by police into the case don’t mention the likelihood of booking the accused under PASA Act.

Anandiben changes tune to win Maharashtra back

Patel’s latest remarks echoed the line taken by PM Narendra Modi.


Patel lauds Modi ‘magic’ again

It is only because of him that this time Vibrant Gujarat Summit scheduled in January 2015 has received seven countries as partners.


Anandiben’s remarks lend bite to MNS, Sena attack on Modi

MNS chief Raj Thackeray too raised the matter at his rally in Bhandup on Sunday.

Gujarat feels ‘winds of change’ in Raj Bhavan

A former teacher, 78-year-old Kohli is redefining the Raj Bhavan ever since he was sworn in as the state Governor


Vadodara: A strained show of normalcy…

Vadodara had last seen a major riot in 2006 when six people were killed after clashes over razing of a dargah.


From Bapu’s birthplace, Gujarat CM Anandiben Patel launches ‘Swachh Bharat’

Anadiben said that Gandhi helped India win its freedom but the country had not given anything to the Mahatma in return.


Amid talks of love jihad, Vadodara garba organisers tread cautiously

The organisers here have also installed additional CCTV cameras to spot suspected “romeo” male participants.


Gujarat CM distributes land rights papers to 7,000 tribals

The CM also launched a toll-free telephone helpline for the Valsad district for providing toilets.


Kem chho? Modi asks Chinese delegates; Maja ma, they reply

In a first, the women battalion of the State Reserve Police (SRP) gave the guard of honour to President Jinping and the First Lady.