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19-year-old student gang-raped, looted in Gujarat

According to police, the woman was on her way to the bus stand when she was approached by her 22-year-old former 'lover', who forcibly took her to an isolated place on his bike.

Gujarat: Doctor held for negligence seven months after patient dies

The incident had occurred on January 9 when Geeta Khant (33), a native of Mahisagar, underwent a Caesarean operation at Arohi Maternity Clinic.

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Gujarat: Online food delivery boy arrested with beer cans

The police have recovered six beer cans from his possession apart from his mobile phone and motorcycle.

Gujarat: 13 policemen to receive medals on I-Day

Shailesh Rawal, Inspector, Crime Investigation Department in Gandhinagar will be awarded with the President’s Police Medal (PPM) by the Director General of Police for his distinguished service for over two decades.

14 years after in-laws held for her 'murder', woman returns from the 'dead'

A 24-year-old who wanted to move to Mumbai went missing in 2005 in Patan. 14 years after her in-laws were held for ‘murder’, she turns up 50 km away

TikTok videos: DGP issues circular on social media conduct for cops

Last week, both Ahmedabad and Vadodara police commissioners stated that police personnel in uniform should not engage in any act that harms the force’s image.

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Gujarat to get 16 new police stations, eight to be upgraded

The 11 districts that will have new Inspector rank-level police stations include Kutch, Surat (rural), Surat (city), Ahmedabad (rural), Chhota Udaipur, Junagadh, Dahod, Patan, Bhavnagar, Surendranagar and Mahisagar.

Woman arrested for threat letter to Gujarat minister Ishwar Parmar

According to Bardoli police, the accused, Pravina Maisuriya, sent two anonymous letters to Parmar, allegedly threatening to “burn and kill” his entire family and also defame him in false cases if he did not pay her Rs 1.5 crore.

Gujarat: Guidelines issued for posting of cops in Local Crime Branch

The circular also stated that only those officers who have a good sense of responsibility and do not want to gain popularity in media or social media should get priority.

After Ahmedabad joyride accident, govt panel to study rules in amusement parks worldwide

The government is also planning to amend the current laws to give effect to such measures. Minister of State for Home Pradeepsinh Jadeja made a statement in this regard before the Assembly, while speaking on a special reference to discuss the accident.

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