The bench, agreeing with Mehta, asked petitioners’ advocate K T S Tulsi to corroborate under which provisions the plea was maintainable, but Tulsi sought more time to explain.
The process to close these colleges was set rolling last year, but the approval for the same was given on September 16, 2015.
Gujarat had received overall top ranking in the report by the World Bank and the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion that was released last week and had implemented 71.14 per cent of all business reforms.
The state government had recently proposed a Rs 100 fine on those who violated the provision.
The “Mental School Health Programme” is being touted as the first such initiative for schoolgoing children between the ages of 4 and 16 years.
The notice, seeking an explanation within 10 days from Bhatt for allegedly having a “relationship with a woman other than his wife”, was delivered on August 14 after the complaint was received along with a pen drive containing the 11-minute clip.
The judges, to whom notices have been sent, include eight sitting Gujarat High Court judges, Chief Justices of Bombay and Orissa High Courts and a sitting judge of Supreme Court.
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However, the notification has not specified what punishment would be meted out those who fail to exercise their franchise.
Earlier, Kodnani had been given “Z” category security, which was after her retirement was scaled down to “Y” category.
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.