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Ahmedabad: Wife among 4 held for jawan’s murder

The district police said that the accused persons had first made the victim, Somabhai Chauhan, drink alcohol that was spiked with some drugs. After Chauhan fell unconscious, he was mowed down by a vehicle at least thrice.

Gujarat: CAT quashes chargesheet against IPS officer for not returning service revolver

IPS officer R S Yadav had created a controversy in 1999 when as SP of Gandhinagar, he had sought permission to prosecute the then MoS for Home Haren Pandya in connection with the kidnapping of a three-year-old girl.


Gujarat: Five held for beating Dalit man to death on suspicion of stealing sheep

According to police, Bodat, a farm labourer, was passing through Kundol village on December 24 when he was caught by a group of people, which suspected that Bodat stole a sheep from a villager’s farm.

Gujarat Lok Rakshak Dal recruitment exam cancelled, 7.2 lakh of the 8.75 lakh candidates take re-test

The examination was for filling 9,713 posts of Unarmed Lok Rakshak, Armed Lok Rakshak and Jail Sipai. LRD jawans get fixed wage employment of around Rs 19,000 per month for five years. After five years, they get into regular constabulary.

In Vadodara police’s dos & don’ts for New Year’s Eve, a message of ‘sanskar’

Those found in violation of these orders will be punishable under Section 131 of the Gujarat Police Act, punishment for which varies from fine or imprisonment up to three months.

Ahead of New Year, Ahmedabad traffic police steps up patrolling

The Gujarat Police twitter handle stated that “Face Recognition Cameras” have been installed around Kankaria lake venue where the annual week-long carnival is being hosted.


Gujarat: Clash between two communities in Anand village, FIR against 45

The police said that on Sunday afternoon a clash ensued between a group of youths from both the communities over parking of their vehicles. Police rushed to the spot after being informed and the situation was immediately brought under control.

Gujarat encounters: Supreme Court gives govt a week to file affidavit

A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi gave Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who opposed sharing the report with the petitioners, one week to file an affidavit stating his views.

Gujarat: 'Gau rakshaks' stab truck conductor for 'illegally' ferrying buffaloes; 2 FIRs lodged

The truck was carrying around 30 buffaloes from Deesa in North Gujarat to Bharuch in South Gujarat for slaughtering without mandatory papers and permission, said the police.

Crackdown on traffic rule violators: 97 food delivery boys penalised in Vadodara

According to traffic police officials, the action was taken following several complaints against delivery boys for rash driving and violation of traffic rules.