Eight other patients who were being treated in the ICU ward of the Shrey Hospital in Navrangpura area of the city, died in the blaze
The police needs clean localised data to formulate strategies on where to increase patrolling and where to be stricter in enforcing the lockdown.
IPL 2020: UAE favourites to host event; Dubai, Dharmasala, Ahmedabad emerge as options for India's training camp
With India's COVID-19 case load exceeding a million mark, UAE is favourite to host 13th edition of IPL which is scheduled to be held between end September and mid-November.
Ahmedabad shopkeepers say won't sell Chinese phones, plan to remove signboards of brands due to border tension
These vendors have even covered the signboards of Chinese brands in their shopping complex with banners saying "Made In India".
Gujarat HC refuses to modify order staying Jagannath Yatra in Ahmedabad, rejects state government's plea to reconsider
The Gujarat High Court late on Monday night refused to modify its earlier order to not allow holding of the Lord Jagannath Rath Yatra in Ahmedabad, scheduled for Tuesday, and rejected an application moved by the state government seeking permission to organise the event.
Gujarat govt is managing data, not coronavirus, say medical experts: Percentage of deaths in state among highest, even as number of tests remain low
The percentage of deaths from COVID-19 in Gujarat is among the highest in the country, even as the number of tests remains among the lowest, government denials to the contrary notwithstanding. Numbers apart, the fact that the state was consistently trying to cut down on testing got some credence when on 10 May, it made mandatory for all private hospitals to get government approval before testing patients, who are admitted for other ailments, for the coronavirus.
Gujarat HC calls Ahmedabad civil hospital 'worse than dungeon', calls for transfer of non-performing doctors
Conditions at the Civil Hospital in Ahmedabad, where 377 COVID-19 patients have died till Friday, is 'as good as a dungeon, may be even worse', the Gujarat High Court observed
Body of COVID-19 patient, admitted to Ahmedabad hospital on 10 May, found at bus stop five days later; Gujarat CM orders probe
The body of a COVID-19 positive patient who'd been admitted to the Ahmedabad Civil Hospital on 10 May was found at an Ahmedabad bus stop Friday, according to several media reports.
Special trains ferry over 8,000 passengers on first day of operations: West Bengal and Assam mandate institutional quarantine, Kerala makes entry pass compulsory
Nearly 80,000 passengers travelled by eight trains on Tuesday, the first day that the Railways ran special passenger services to various cities across India.
COVID-19 hits hotel industry: Revenue per room drops 13-29% in Jan-Mar; Bengaluru worst-hit, says report
In revenue per room, the maximum fall was seen in Bengaluru at 28.5 percent, followed by Delhi 20.3 percent, Mumbai 20 percent, Kolkata 19.8 percent
Coronavirus Outbreak: Ahmedabad decides to go digital to prevent the spread of the virus through currency
From 15 May, all home deliveries will have to be paid digitally and no cash on delivery will be accepted.
The Indian Railways will gradually resume passenger train services from 12 May and will ask passengers to arrive at the station at least an hour before departure, the national transporter said on Sunday.
COVID-19 Lockdown 3.0: Mumbai is India's worst-affected city with 12,864 cases; West Bengal records highest mortality rate at 9.57%
India has reported 62,939 coronavirus cases as of Sunday, with Maharashtra alone reporting 20,228 of these infections. For the third consecutive day, India reported an increase in number of cases by more than 3,000 and the toll reached 2,109
One policeman injured as residents of Ahmedabad’s Shahpur pelt stones at paramilitary forces amid coronavirus lockdown
Some residents frustrated over a strict coronavirus lockdown in Ahmedabad, the largest city in Gujarat, hurled stones and were met with teargas in clashes with paramilitary forces
Coronavirus Outbreak: All shops, except milk outlets and medical stores, in Ahmedabad to remain closed from 7 May till 15 May
Ahmedabad accounts for 4,358 coronavirus positive cases of the total 6,245 cases in Gujarat and 273 of the total 368 fatalities.
Spike in COVID-19 cases due to aggressive testing, our health teams visiting every nook and corner, says Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani
This is a critical scenario, and we are being cautious in giving any kind of further relaxation, over and above the permissions given to industrial units and businesses, says Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani.
Coronavirus lockdown: Rumours, misinformation prompts hundreds of desperate migrants to throng bus terminals in Ahmedabad, Surat
A total of 23 Shramik Special trains carrying around 28,000 migrant workers had left various stations of Gujarat since 2 May to Tuesday morning, a state government release said
The Song We Sang revolves around the romance between Krishna and Alia, an economist and an animator who meet in Ahmedabad during Navratri.
Suresh N Patel, ex-CEO of Andhra Bank, takes oath as vigilance commissioner via video conferencing due to coronavirus lockdown
Eminent banker Suresh N Patel on Wednesday took oath as the Vigilance Commissioner in the anti-corruption watchdog CVC, officials said.
Coronavirus Outbreak: 163 new COVID-19 cases reported in Gujarat, total crosses 900; toll reaches 36
The total number of positive cases of coronavirus in Gujarat went up to 929 on Thursday after 163 new infections were reported during the last 24 hours, said officials