Railways to launch 'Sewa Service' trains in bid to improve last-mile connectivity; daily services to start from Delhi, Kota, Coimbatore
In a bid to improve last-mile connectivity for those travelling from small towns and villages to major cities, the railways will launch 10 'Sewa Service' trains.
Gujarat dust storms, unseasonal rains claim 10 lives; Narendra Modi announces ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh for families of victims
A portion of a tent erected for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in Himmatnagar town of North Gujarat was also damaged in the dust storm
Gujarat migrant crisis: Ahmedabad-based Sharmas of Agra live in fear after assault disrupts two peaceful decades
The call to throw migrants out of Gujarat in the aftermath of rape of a 14-month-old girl by a Bihari migrant in Sabarkantha district.
Gujarat’s call for mass exodus leaves hapless migrants in lurch; workers struggle for rights and livelihood
Displaced from their own states with no political patronage or access to state benefits, migrant workers — who form the backbone of India’s informal work sector — are a vulnerable group.
Locals attack non-Gujaratis after Bihar native arrested for raping 14-month-old baby; 170 people taken into custody
The attacks took place after hate messages against non-Gujaratis, particularly those from Bihar and UP, were circulated on social media.
Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat updates: China does in a day for employment what Modi does in a year, says Congress VP
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi arrived in Gujarat on Saturday on a three-day visit, his fourth in a row to the poll-bound state.
Farmers are braving the difficulties caused by demonetisation in the hope that it would be helpful in the long term.
The protests by Dalits over the 11 July flogging of Dalit boys in Una by self-styled cow protection vigilantes continued for the second week on Monday, but unlike several places where youth tried to commit suicide to express their anger, they found a unique way of protest in India's milk capital, Anand.