India's COVID-19 tally crosses 90 lakh as cases surge post festivities; Gujarat, MP impose night curfews in hotspot districts
A 'weekend curfew' — lasting 57-hour from 9 pm on Friday to 6 am on Monday — has been imposed in Ahmedabad city while the Gujarat government has announced a night curfew in Surat, Rajkot, and Vadodara
India's first seaplane service to begin 31 Oct: From frequency to ticket cost, what you need to know
With the aim to provide "seamless and affordable" connectivity, the Gujarat government had signed an MoU with the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Airports Authority of India to start the services in July
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.
'Dalits discriminated against, deport us': Una flogging victims write letter to President Ram Nath Kovind
As the country witnesses widespread protests against the CAA from various sections of the public, one of the victims of the Una flogging incident has written to President Ram Nath Kovind, asking to be deported to a country "where they won't face discrimination".
Haren Pandya murder case: Supreme Court restores conviction for accused, imposes Rs 50,000 fine on NGO for demanding fresh investigation
The Supreme Court restored the convictions and sentences of 12 people on Friday in the murder of former Gujarat home minister Haren Pandya in 2003.
Cyclone Vayu to intensify into 'very severe' storm as it moves towards Gujarat; Mumbai likely to have moderate rains
Cyclone Vaayu, which developed from a deep depression off the coast of Lakshadweep late on Monday night, is heading towards Saurashtra in Gujarat and is likely to intensify into a 'very severe storm' by Tuesday night or Wednesday morning.
Gujarat govt offers to play the umpire; suggests PepsiCo India make it a party to contracts with potato farmers
Realising it was losing the battle of perceptions, PepsiCo accepted the face-saver of a negotiated settlement which the Gujarat government offered.
The circular is said to highlight that games like PUBG "incite violent behaviour" amongst players, many of whom are school going kids.
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.
Petrol, diesel prices to drop by Rs 2.50 after Rs 1.50 excise cut, oil cos to absorb Re 1; govt asks states to slash VAT
Since mid-August, the petrol price has risen by Rs 6.86 a litre and diesel by Rs 6.73 - the most in any six-week duration after the daily price revision was introduced in mid-June last year.
Hardik Patel ends hunger strike after 19 days, says fight for Patidar quota and farm loan waiver will continue
Hardik Patel broke the fast by having lemonade from the hands of Patidar community leaders Naresh Patel and CK Patel.
Hardik had launched his fast on 25 August for demands, including farm loan waiver and reservation for the Patidar community under OBC category in government jobs and education sector.
Congress questions Gujarat's decision to form panel to resolve power project issues, says state trying to favour companies
The Congress on Wednesday questioned the Gujarat government's decision to form a panel for resolving the issues faced by imported-coal-based power projects, alleging it was being done to favour select business houses and would adversely affect consumers in several states.
Gujarat government has reshuffled its police department by transferring 44 IPS officers and 22 SPC officials in the state
Gujarat govt to launch special ambulance service to transport critically ill newborns, prevent infant deaths
The Gujarat government, after a successful year-long pilot operation. has decided to launch an ambulance service dedicated to transport critically ill infants to better hospitals.
Why Public Private Partnership is no longer an option to be considered but a reality to be acknowledged
Across the country, one can find countless examples of successful CSR initiatives which have changed the lives of lakhs of people for good
A court Ahmedabad rejected a petition by Patidar reservation leader Hardik Patel to discharge him in a sedition case filed by Gujarat Government
Rahul Gandhi has been attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi in rally after rally during his campaign alleging that the latter gave away Rs 33,000 crore for the Nano plant in Sanand, Gujarat