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Gujarat CM to launch India Post Payments Bank in state

Addressing mediapersons on Thursday, chief post master general of Gujarat circle Gautam Bhattacharya said that there will be 650 branches of the bank of over the country, with 32 branches and 128 access points in the state.

CM makes 40 new appointments in public bodies

Newly appointed: seven chairpersons, two vice-chairpersons and 31 members on different boards and corporations.


Gujarat CM’s daughter joins BJP

According to BJP, Anar was brought into the party fold by local BJP leader Kishansinh Solanki.

Gujarat CM Anandiben Patel expands ministry, inducts 4 new ministers

The expansion has given a boost to representation from the Saurashtra region where BJP did not fare well in the by-elections recently.

Beniwal denies any wrongdoing, insists she abided by law

Beniwal, 87, as the Governor of Gujarat had a running battle with Narendra Modi when he was Gujarat Chief Minister.

Anandi breaks down while calling to end malnutrition, build toilets

Gujarat government was flayed by Congress in the past for reported high level of malnourishment among children and women.


CM clears 88 files on her first day in office

Despite scorching heat, she preferred to walk the distance of some 500 meter between the two buildings, instead taking a car, left staff and visitors surprised.

Narendra Modi likely to quit as CM on May 21

The budget session in February, amidst intense campaigning, was the last session attended by Modi.

On new government's table, a report on tackling inflation by Narendra Modi

The Working Group on Consumer Affairs headed by Modi was constituted on April 8, 2010 and the report was finalised in January 2011.

Modi's rise; Remarkable journey of a man pilloried and adored

Modi virtually blanked out all others in the party and became its sole face in a long campaign that started last summer during Goa assembly election.

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Today in pics: Narendra Modi resigns as Gujarat Chief Minister

Narendra Modi fought back tears again as he wished Gujarat to "surge ahead".