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Lowest-grade schools, dropout rates top Praveshotsav targets

Shifting the focus of Praveshotsav, conducted at the beginning of each academic session for achieving enrolment targets in schools, the Gujarat education department is aiming at dropouts, both in primary and secondary classes across the state and improving the standard of education by targeting the lowest-grade government schools. In a major departure from usual, it will involve […]

Suzuki Chairman & Gujarat CM ask locals to cooperate in setting up new plant

On a day when the foundation stone for Suzuki Group's new Rs 3000 crore...

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Gujarat Police make 'dummy terrorists' shout pro-Islamic slogan in mock drill

Narmada Superintendent of Police Jaypalsinh Rathore said an inquiry will be conducted into the issue.

Anandiben pitches for adoption of schools

Tejal Amin declared that Navrachna had decided to adopt all nine schools of Chhota Udepur.

Anticipating trouble, Narmada turns fortress ahead of Statue of Unity ceremony

"After inputs that tribals are planning to barge into the event with black flags, we are taking no chances," said a police officer.

Parties rope in star campaigners to reach out to voters, BJP leads the way

A campaign manager in NCP also admitted that BJP has unleashed almost all its leaders for the state assembly elections.

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After Anandi, Vasundhara hardsells her Rajasthan in Mumbai

However, Raje’s speech drew criticism from Congress and Shiv Sena leaders from the area, who accused her of “polarising” voters.

Gujarat CM remarks lend bite to MNS, Sena attack on Modi

MNS chief Raj Thackeray too raised the matter at his rally in Bhandup on Sunday, where he regretted endorsing Narendra Modi for the post of Prime Minister.

Gujarat CM remarks lend bite to MNS, Sena attack on Modi

The MNS chief alleged that BJP was asking for a majority so that they could eventually direct all that is coming to Maharashtra to Gujarat.

Advani ploughs lonely furrow, lauds Modi

Reminds BJP cadre not to forget seniors

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