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Gujarat government to strengthen the Gunda and Anti-Social Activities (Prevention)

GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat government is set to pass an ordinance in the next cabinet meeting, to strengthen the Gujarat Gunda and Anti-Social Activities (Prevention) Act by incorporating provisions for faster trial of cases, tougher penalty for offences and protection of witnesses. The proposed ordinance “will tighten the leash on antisocial elements who are a hindrance […]Read More

Incessant rains in Gujarat hit normal life; flood situation in

New Delhi: Rains pounded several areas of Gujarat on Sunday leading to swelling of rivers and over 100 dams being put on a high alert, while the flood situation in Bihar remained grim even though no new areas were affected by the deluge since Saturday. The national capital experienced a cool and cloudy Sunday with […]Read More

Indian Railways Live News: Railways to run Ganpati Special trains

!1 New UpdateClick here for latest updates France plans masks at work as daily COVID-19 cases surpass 3,000 France is to propose that masks be worn in shared workspaces as the country grapples with a rebound in coronavirus cases that rose again in the past 24 hours to over 3,000. Indian Railways to run Ganpati […]Read More

Ex-Lieutenant Governor of J&K G C Murmu is appointed to

New Delhi: Former lieutenant governor of Jammu and Kashmir G C Murmu will be the next Comptroller & Auditor General of India. Murmu, a 1985 Indian Administrative Service Officer of Gujarat cadre will succeed Rajiv Mehrishi who completes his term on August 8. Murmu was appointed as the first LG of J and K after […]Read More

Sterling Biotech case: ED questions Ahmed Patel third time

NEW DELHI: A team of ED sleuths quizzed senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel at his residence for the third time in connection with its ongoing money laundering probe against Gujarat-based pharmaceutical company Sterling Biotech. He was questioned for over eight hours on Thursday. Patel was earlier questioned on Tuesday for 10 hours and for eight […]Read More

Gujarat HC stays Ahmedabad’s rath yatra on coronavirus concerns

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court on Saturday stayed Ahmedabad’s annual Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath scheduled on June 23 considering the prevailing coronavirus situation. Hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL), a division bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice JB Pardiwala stayed all secular and religious activities related to the Rath Yatra, after taking […]Read More

Buy IGL, MGL & Gujarat Gas from a two-year perspective:

The upside for pharma stocks at these levels is quite limited, says Anu Jain, Senior Partner and Head – Equity Brokerage. Were a bulk of the big HNI clients you handle able to participate in this furious two-week rally or did most of them miss it? We are investment advisors and most of the portfolios […]Read More

Monsoon advances in Gujarat, heavy rain likely over next few

AHMEDABAD: Monsoon has advanced into some parts of Gujarat and heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely in some southern areas of the state in next five days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Sunday. Parts of Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and Valsad, and the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli received heavy rainfall in […]Read More

Supreme Court pulls up states over Covid handling

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday dubbed the Covid-19 situation in Delhi, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and West Bengal ‘deplorable’, with the living lying uncared for alongside the dead in hospitals that are overwhelmed by the surge in patients. The bench also lamented the lack of adequate testing in Delhi even as the number […]Read More

Gujarat makes hospitalisation must for COVID-19 testing

GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat government has mandated compulsory hospitalisation for any patient who needs to take a Covid-19 test after the High Court asked the government to allow testing for preoperative patients and give approval to private laboratories to carry out testing for symptomatic patients, if prescribed by a physician. The move is widely being viewed […]Read More