Principal Secretary of Higher Education Anju Sharma bagged the 17th Crossword Book Award for the ‘Best Book in Business and Management (Popular Choice)’ category at an event held in Mumbai on Tuesday.
On Monday, students announced on social media inviting the members of civil society and students from other institutes to the Vidyapith campus to “celebrate Uttarayan by flying kites with anti-CAA slogans on Tuesday at 10 am”.
The Tata Trusts has partnered up with the Centre of the Indian Institute of Skills through its Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, for setting up IISs centres in Mumbai and Gandhinagar.
Another, a seventh accused, who was not named in the FIR was also arrested on Tuesday.
The FIR alleged that the accused have threatened of hurting the complainant, Shyam Chakwawala (18) and his friends.
To avoid a run-in with law in Ahmedabad, where Section 144 along with provisions of Gujarat Police Act are imposed, the civil society adopted a novel way of protest as part of which they distributed approximately 35,000 kites bearing slogans opposing CAA, NRC and NPR.
Harshadray Solanki, director of solid waste management department in AMC, said, “We already had the provisions but now we will strictly implement it. There has been an instance when we fined a tanker emptying polluted water into the Kharicut canal with Rs 1.5 lakh.
Pegging the total estimated budget in the proposal at Rs 498.20 crore, it is an increase of nearly Rs 10 crore compared to last year.
The institute promises to skill 5,000 students every year and will be set up on 20 acres at Nasmed in Gandhinagar district.
The court was hearing a petition moved by city-based activists, Mudita Vidrohi and Mujahid Nafees. An application seeking permission for the protest scheduled for January 19, from Jamalpur darwaza to Khamasa, was submitted to police authorities on January 5
According to the IMD, Bhuj, Naliya and Kandla in Kutch region of the state received 1-2 millimetres rainfall on Monday. Similarly Dwarka, and Porbandar in Saurashtra received less than one millimetre rainfall during the day.
The letter dated January 7, written by one of the Dalit flogging victims, Vashrambhai Sarvaiya, addresses the President of India, stating that the victims be either be allocated land for farming as they have no means of employment at present, or their citizenship be cancelled.
Vipul Mittra, the Additional Chief Secretary labour and employment department, ordered The Director Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) to visit the incident site at Padra immediately.
A Kenyan team participated in the festival for the first time this year. Kitist Allan Munene, a member of the team, said they had brought small kites and hoped to bring larger ones next season.
In last year’s budget, an allocation of Rs 172.70 crore was sought, of which Rs 5.27 crore was expected to be provided for from the revenue earned by the hospital.
Grandson of Dr B R Ambedkar, Bhimrao Ambedkar; Additional Director General of Police, Anil Pratham; Kannada actor Chetan Kumar and around 100 Buddhist monks from Asia, Europe and America attended the inaugural function at the Senate Hall of the Gujarat University.
Father Fernand Durai, Principal of St Xavier’s School, Loyola Hall, was also present to bless the students.
According to police, the victim Dishank Gandhi, 23, is a resident of Paldi in Ahmedabad, and runs tuition classes for a living.
Acting on a tip-off, a Special Operation Group team raided the clinic run by sanitary inspector, Kirit Satani, near the bus stop in Bedla village and detained him.
Aimed at curtailing declining enrollment, in 2013, the board decided to focus on opening English medium schools in the city. Out of 387, the school board at present runs 33 English medium schools in the city.