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Congress loses three municipalities in Amreli district

Gujarat: Congress loses three municipalities in Amreli district

The reversal in fortunes for Congress comes two-and-a-half-year after it won 35 out of 44 seats in the general election to Amreli municipality.

Prepare 10-point roadmap for taking prompt decisions, Vijay Rupani tells Depts

Chintan Shivir begins: Prepare 10-point roadmap for taking prompt decisions, Vijay Rupani tells Depts

The idea behind the shivir is to ensure that ministers, district collectors and district development officers discuss policies, agendas and schemes in an open environment.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi will return to Gujarat after his Navsarjan Gujarat Yatra

2019 Lok Sabha Poll Campaign: In Rahul Gandhi’s return to Gujarat, Congress looks at improving its urban score

Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi to visit Gujarat next month, meet party’s urban booth-level workers after recognising the need to connect with city voters, known as the janmitras. Rahul’s meeting with janmitras, the party feels, will be an incentive to energise the cadre.

Oil millers in Gujarat seek relaxation in NAFED norms to buy more groundnut

Oil millers in Gujarat seek relaxation in NAFED norms to buy more groundnut

As the groundnut procurement operations under price support scheme of the Central government came to an end in the state, NAFED started selling groundnut through tendering early in April this year.

Mumbai: Man jailed for passing lewd remarks at girl

Gujarat: Minority schools move HC against admission notice

On Friday, education officials began visiting minority schools to facilitate admission procedures under the RTE Act, a day after the notice period to admit students under the Act ended.

Recent tensions in Paldi, an affluent locality of Hindus and Jains with some Muslim-dominated parts in Ahmedabad, shed fresh light on the faultlines of urban Gujarat. (Representational)

The segregated city

Ghettoisation and Disturbed Areas Act are dividing urban spaces in Gujarat, pushing Muslims to the edge.

Gujarat: Barricades halt ambulance entry, cop loses life on court premises

According to the police, Constable Arvind Vasava (50), attached to the Jawahar nagar police station was on duty on the first floor, in the court room of judge BV Sanchaniya, when he suffered the heart attack.

US Supreme Court to hear dispute over power plant in Gujarat

In 2015, the applicants – Indian farmers, fishermen, a trade union of fishworkers, and a local government entity – sued the IFC in the US District Court for the District of Columbia.

Vijay Rupani on farmers' protest

With Rs 335 crore in kitty, Gujarat to help 90 lakh people hit by mining

Kutch, Jamnagar, Dev Bhoomi Dwarka and Chhota Udepur are some of the districts where most of these PMKKKY projects are under way.

GSEB 12th result 2018

GSEB 12th result 2018 — For some, perseverance is the key: They triumphed over financial constraints

Despite financial constraints, several students cleared the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GHSEB) Class XII Science stream exams with grit and perseverance, leaving an example for others to emulate.

GSEB 12th result 2018: For seven years in a row, despite max grace marks, most fail in chemistry

Among 1,34,209 who took chemistry, 99,267 cleared it while 34,942 failed

GSEB topper

GSEB 12th result 2018: Toppers stayed off social media 

The students took the help of Internet for understanding concepts and practising mock tests. However, they stayed away from Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites.

jr10-exm-03 GSEB 12th result 2018: At 73%, Gujarat records lowest Class XII Science success in 5 years

GSEB 12th result 2018: At 73%, Gujarat records lowest Class XII Science success in 5 years

With 72.99 per cent students having cleared the board examination this year, there has been a dip of around 8.9 per cent — the lowest recorded in the last five years (2012-2017) when the semester system was in place — in the pass percentage.

Rajasthan: Water supply still affected despite drop in contamination levels in Indira Gandhi canal

Now, Mahi river feeds Narmada main canal to meet drinking water needs

Faced with acute shortage of Narmada water, the government has started an inter-basin transfer of water, by “lifting” over 350 cusecs from the Mahi right bank canal (lying in east-west direction) and dumping it into the Narmada main canal

BJP MLA present, Una Dalits assaulted by ‘cow vigilantes’ adopt Buddhism

Not believing in Hindu gods and goddesses was among the 22 resolutions that the converts made. The conversion will be recognised only when registered with the district collector, as per the Gujarat Freedom of Religion law.