After a pilot project at Rajkot,the On Line Reservation Chart Display System was launched in Vadodara on Sunday.
Child Rights Collective Gujarat,a consortium of NGOs working for the protection of child rights in the state,has demanded amendments in the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act (CLPRA),1986.
A TADA accused involved in the communal flare up in Surat in the aftermath of the Babri Masjid demolition in 1993,died of chest pain at the Sir Sayajirao General (SSG) Hospital on Sunday.
Mumbai-based Ratnanidhi Charitable Trust has organised a three day mass-level camp for the differently-abled and hearing impaired in the city.
On the face of it,party politics may not exist in the M S University (MSU),but results of the Syndicate elections speak otherwise.
It is not just environmentalists and activists who think that the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) is understaffed to tackle a huge amount of paper work...
In an incident of burglary that occurred at a marriage function in Junagadh on Saturday night,a woman lost cash and ornaments worth Rs 1.47 lakh.
As the global slowdown takes its toll,the Mediterranean Shipping Company,one of the top firms in the country providing cargo vessel services,has been forced to opt for low-value cargoes and effect layoffs to survive.
The jobless diamond polishers of Surat are waiting for the final school exams of their children to get over so that they can move to their native villages in north Gujarat and Saurashtra.
Madhavpur beach,which made news recently for Tropex-2009 military exercise,has another claim to fame.
The state legislative committee on public enterprises has severely criticised the Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation Ltd (GIDC) for allotting a plot of land,to a textile unit,it never owned.
The three-day Chandigarh Rose Festival concluded on Sunday with several attractions,including a painting competition and antakshari.
The recent spate of laptop thefts in the city (see box for details) seems to have the left the city police baffled.
The Northern Railways have a contemporary plan for its railway stations.
Dr Sukhchain Singh Gill,who was appointed as the Senior Superintendent of Police also has an MBBS degree.
Three medical students were injured after a group of youths from Ludhiana reportedly crossed swords with them at Hotel Aroma early on Sunday morning.
Irked over the decision of the Drug Advisory Committee formed by the state government to check the sale of habit-forming drugs...
The City police on Sunday arrested five people for robbing a city courier firm to the tune of Rs 14.89 lakh last week. Those arrested include a former partner in the firm.
Rajkot rural police have sought custody of a migrant labourer accused of raping his minor daughter several times last year. Chatrabhuj Bhat (42)...
The Gram Mazdoor Sabha (GMS) held a state-wide discussion on Sunday on the ground realities of implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) in Gujarat.
For senior advocate Rajeev Duggal,Govind Gau Dhaam,where he spends a lot of his time serving sick and injured cows is a second home.
Come April 1 and the city residents can get their railway tickets booked from Head Post Office near Bharat Nagar Chowk.
What may come as a help to the abused,addicted and abandoned children of the state,the Gujarat government under its "Nirogi Balvarsha Yojana" has decided to set up child protection cells in women police stations across the state.
After Modasa,it is now Dahod that faces the threat of Hepatitis B outbreak. On Sunday,the first confirmed case of Hepatitis B was reported here.
Following the deadly Hepatitis B outbreak in Modasa,the state Health Department is going to launch a massive vaccination drive.