The BJP veteran served as chief minister of Gujarat in 1995 and then from 1998 to 2001. He was succeeded by Narendra Modi, who held the post till he became prime minister in 2014
Coronavirus Outbreak: Vijay Rupani has no symptoms of COVID-19, say medical experts, day after MLA who met Gujarat CM tested positive
Medical experts on Wednesday confirmed that Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has no coronavirus symptoms and he is fit and fine. Dr Atul Patel and Dr RK Patel examined the chief minister for symptoms of the virus.
Madhya Pradesh crisis: Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani says there is anger against Congress leadership in every state
Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani on Wednesday blamed Congress leadership for the political crisis in Madhya Pradesh and said there is anger against the party's leadership in every state.
Visiting the site of the tragedy, Rupani said the audit would find out if educational establishments in the state have proper equipment and facilities to deal with fire incidents. He said the fire audit would also cover hospitals, malls and other commercial buildings of major cities and towns in the state.
Surat fire: 20 dead in blaze at commercial complex; Gujarat govt announces Rs 4 lakh ex gratia to victims' kin
Narendra Modi tweeted on the incident, saying that he has told the Gujarat government and local authorities to provide all possible assistance to those affected in the Surat fire.
After railway tickets, now Air India boarding passes carry Narendra Modi's image; airline says these are 'third-party advertisements'
Air India said the passes featuring the photographs, which were third-party advertisements, would be withdrawn if they are found to be in violation of the Model Code of Conduct
Budget 2019 example of Modi's governance style, stresses push for neo-middle class striving to realise urban dream
The 2019 Interim Budget presented on Friday is a clear example of a Narendra Modi who plans for a decade, even when he is set to face an uncertainty three months down the line in the general elections.
'No one killed anyone in 2002', say critics of verdict in Sohrabuddin case; DG Vanzara claims encounter foiled Modi assassination bid
One of the accused in the case of the allegedly fake encounter of Sohrabuddin Shaikh, former IPS officer DG Vanzara on Friday claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi — then chief minister of Gujarat — would have "met the same fate" as political leaders like Indira Gandhi and Benazir Bhutto who had been "successfully assassinated" by terrorists.
Google is just Narada, says Vijay Rupani, days after Biplab Kumar Deb's 'internet during Mahabharata' remark
Rupani said that Narada had all the information in the world, similar to how the search engine giant functions today.
BJP assumed power at Centre due to Narendra Modi's ability to pick 'committed' workers, says Anandiben Patel
Crediting her success in politics largely to Narendra Modi, Madhya Pradesh governor Anandiben Patel has said the BJP gained power at the Centre due to his ability to select "committed" party workers.
Dalit activist who set himself on fire in Gujarat over delay in land allotment succumbs to burn injuries
A Dalit activist, who set himself on fire in Gujarat over govt's failure to regularise land tilled by a landless labourer, succumbed to his burn injuries
Vijay Rupani sworn in: BJP sends Congress, Opposition message that it is a pan-India party, unified ahead of 2019
For the BJP, Gujarat election was special. So was the swearing in ceremony in Gandhinagar. By holding a gala event, inviting chief ministers of all 18 BJP-NDA states, leadership sought to convey multiple messages to its sympathisers and political rivals, particularly the Congress and its leader Rahul Gandhi.
Vijay Rupani starts second term as CM but Gujarat model has many chinks: Key challenges for BJP govt
The polls were won on the promise of a better Gujarat and, undoubtedly on Narendra Modi's personal charisma. But going forward, it is Rupani who would be burdened with the task to steer the government
Vijay Rupani sworn in as 16th Chief Minister of Gujarat: New Council of Ministers takes oath in Gandhinagar
Led by Vijay Ramnik Rupani and his deputy Nitin Patel, the new Bharatiya Janata Party government in Gujarat took the oath of secrecy on Tuesday in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah at the new secretariat in Gandhinagar.
Gujarat oath-taking ceremony updates: Vibhavariben Dave only woman in 20-member new council of ministers
The new government led by Vijay Rupani would take the oath of office and secrecy at a grand ceremony in Gujarat's Gandhinagar today in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Gujarat on Tuesday to attend the oath-taking ceremony of the new government in Gujarat.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi posted the video of the incident on Twitter. "BJP's arrogance at its peak
Gujarat polls: Vijay Rupani accuses Congress of indulging in casteism, says Hardik Patel tie-up won't affect BJP's prospects
Vijay Rupani alleges that the Congress was "deceiving" the people over the issue of reservation, while the agitators were lining up for poll tickets.
Gujarat polls: Quota is a done deal, says Hardik Patel as Congress assures Patidars of reservation in jobs and education
Patidar leader Hardik Patel on Wednesday announced that the Congress party has accepted their demand for reservation in education and jobs.
Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat highlights: Congress VP calls GST 'Gabbar Singh Tax', says demonetisation 'senseless' decision
Gujarat is priceless and can never be bought, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi said, a day after Patidar leader Narendra Patel claimed in Ahmedabad that he was offered Rs 1 crore to join the BJP.