On Tuesday, the death of a giraffe and two impalas in the park were reported, with the Director of the park Dr Ram Ratan Nala terming it peracute mortality syndrome, which affects giraffes even as the autopsy report of the animals is awaited.
Probationary officers undergoing training since August at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), Mussoorie, will be taught the nuances of the sport by Gujarat’s own Archery national champion Dinesh Bhil from Chhota Udepur, at a three-day workshop from November 13 to 15 there.
With as many as 30 peripheral projects set to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 31 at SoU's first anniversary, the administration has felt the need to separate Kevadia from the Gram Panchayat.
Davol village in Borsad taluka of Anand district bid a tearful farewell to eight-year-old Janhavi Gohel, on Tuesday. Janhavi was among the 21 persons killed when a bus carrying over 70 passengers from Ambaji to Anand fell into a gorge on Monday.
Vadodara District Collector and Magistrate Shalini Agarwal has ordered an inquiry into the sale of Goradia’s bungalow located in Kesarbaug on the Vasna-Tandalja road, after about 50 residents of the area submitted an application challenging the sale.
While MP Chief Minister Kamal Nath has indicated that the state will follow the Authority guidelines in letter and spirit, the government has raised an objection to its consent to Gujarat, terming it ‘unilateral’, and has refused to share its surplus water with Gujarat that would allow the reservoir to be filled.
Priti Patel was born in London in March 1972 to Sushil and Anjana Patel. she went to school in Watford. She studied economics at Keele University, before completing her postgraduate studies at the University of Essex.
The Madhya Pradesh government has termed the NCA’s approval of a request from the Gujarat government body SSNNL in April as a ‘unilateral’ and refused to share its surplus water with Gujarat in order to allow the Sardar Sarovar reservoir to be filled.
Having housed the district court since the early 1900s, it now wears a deserted look — its doors and windows shut to even curious tourists, as the future of the building is in limbo, while the judiciary takes its time to hand it over to the Vadodara Municipal Corporation.
Tourists who visited the gallery circulated videos, expressing their disappointment. Officials initially stated that rainwater would enter the gallery that left open for tourists to enjoy the view of the Narmada dam and the Vindhya mountain range.