State Election Commission, which conducts municipal elections, in a video conference with Collectors and District Development Officers, asked to spread the word about the new laws.
here are 74 inspectors in the unarmed division of the 1993 batch, who are right now posted across the state in district police, police training and intelligence units.
The Institute of Seismological Research, a Gandhinagar-based org confirmed the tremors were recorded in Bhavnagar.
In Narmada officers are ensuring that the background and age of the brides taking part in the ceremonies are verified.
The Gujarat Local Authorities Laws (Amendment) Bill 2009 makes it mandatory to vote in the elections to the local bodies, apart from reserving half the seats for women.
A team of MHA officials visited Gujarat last week and inspected the records of the two NGOs.
As per the release, the main responsibility of the panel will be to make necessary recommendations to the state government over the issue of implementing the compulsory voting provision of the act.
The issue pertains to two pieces of forest land measuring 1,840 hectare and 168.42 hectare in Mundra and Dhrub.
The CAG records that the state registered 70.95 lakh pregnancies between years 2009 and 2014.
Glaring instances of these were mentioned in the CAG report including non-availability of computer teachers.
According to engineers, the hillock will be flattened after which the foundation stone of the statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel will be laid.
Sharma is accused of siphoning off Rs 30 lakh from sale of a state government land at a cheaper rate to a private company.
He will now retire from services as per his request and freed from the duties of his posting at the Armed Unit.
The bill included reforms, like payment of wages by cheque, in establishments that employed over 20 labourers.
Kutch collector M S Patel made the suggestion to track those who have come in contact with the infected.