Pak boat issue: Police to take legal opinion on filing FIR

 Gujarat police will take legal opinion on registering a First Information Report (FIR) against eight Pakistani nationals caught with drugs worth Rs 600 crore from the sea.

Gujarat Police arrests two bookies in multi-crore cricket betting scam

Gujarat Police on Saturday arrested two alleged bookies from a hotel in Rajasthan in connection with a multi-crore cricket betting racket, officials said.

SC asks Gujarat police to share details of documents with Teesta Setalvad

 The Supreme Court on Thursday asked Gujarat Police to give social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband the list of documents needed from them in the probe against them in a case of alleged embezzlement of funds for a museum at Ahmedabad's Gulbarg Society that was devastated in the 2002 riots.

Asaram case: Witness' family seeks protection from Gujarat police

 The family of Akhil Gupta, a witness in the Asaram rape case who was shot dead earlier this month, has sought protection from Gujarat police, saying that they were dissatisfied with the security provided by the Uttar Pradesh police.

Gujarat police begins probe into extortion call made to Kutch trader

A team of Gujarat police began its search operations in the district to nab the miscreants who had allegedly made a call to a Kutch-based trader demanding extortion money of Rs 2 crore from him.

Pakistan boat incident: Commandos deployed across Gujarat coastline
Pakistan boat incident: Commandos deployed across Gujarat coastline

Gandhinagar: Days after an explosive-laden boat from Pakistan carrying suspected terrorists exploded after it was intercepted and chased by the officials of the Coast Guard, security across the coastal regions of Gujarat has been tightened, reports said on Monday.

Gujarat Police make 'terrorists' wear skull caps in mock anti-terror drill Part-II

Surat Police courted controversy when it made dummy terrorists wear skullcaps during an anti-terror mock drill.

Gujarat Police make 'terrorists' wear skull caps in mock anti-terror drill

Surat Police courted controversy when it made dummy terrorists wear skullcaps during an anti-terror mock drill.

After skull cap row, another controversial video of mock drill by Gujarat Police

A video of an anti-terror drill showing dummy terrorists shouting a pro-Islamic slogan emerged in Gujarat on Thursday, a day after a massive controversy over a similar anti-terrorism exercise by the state police featuring men wearing skull caps, suggesting that terrorists are Muslims.

Third Gujarat Police blooper: Now, cops seen shouting pro-Islamic slogans in mock drill
Third Gujarat Police blooper: Now, cops seen shouting pro-Islamic slogans in mock drill

Another shocking video of Gujarat police conducting an anti-terror mock drill showing dummy militants wearing skull caps has surfaced.

Gujarat police plans to follow Singapore in traffic management

 Gujarat police is keen to emulate Singapore for managing traffic efficiently with the help of latest technology, a senior police officer said.

Gujarat state police on alert after Bangalore IED blast

Gujarat police has been put on alert in the wake of a blast outside a restaurant in Bengaluru, a senior police official said here on Monday.

Exclusive: Zee Media tracks woman who filed rape case against Asaram

The woman who accused self-styled godman Asaram of rape went missing for over a week but was successfully traced down by the Zee Media reporters. Watch what the woman has to say about her sudden disappearance.

Inquiry against cops as complainant in Asaram case disappears

After the missing report of the 33-year-old woman who has filed a complaint of rape against self-proclaimed godman Asaram, from her house in Surat, police authorities on Friday ordered inquiry against four constables.

Teesta Setalvad grilled by cops in Gulberg society funds case

Activist Teesta Setalvad was today questioned by city crime branch officials here on Monday in connection with the alleged Gulberg Society fund misuse case.

Gujarat HC grants Teesta relief for posting objectionable pictures

The Gujarat High Court granted a stay on any legal action against rights activist Teesta Setalwad here on Monday, in a case related to posting allegedly objectionable pictures of Hindu gods and goddesses on Twitter.

Three Hyderabad youth sentenced for attacking Gujarat Police team

A city court Tuesday convicted three people and sentenced them to two years' imprisonment while acquitting two others in a 10-year-old case relating to attack on a Gujarat Police team here.

40 arrested in Vadodara following communal clashes
40 arrested in Vadodara following communal clashes

The police in Gujarat's Vadodara has arrested at least 40 people in the wake of late-night communal clashes on Saturday between Hindus and Muslims following days of tension in the city.

No northeasterners in Xi Jinping's hotel, MHA orders probe
No northeasterners in Xi Jinping's hotel, MHA orders probe

Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday reportedly ordered probe into the alleged incident of a Ahmedabad hotel asking its Northeast employees to stay away during the three-day visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping in India earlier this month.

`Depressed` man kills two daughters; surrenders to cops in Guj

Depressed over marital discord, a 53-year-old man killed his two adult daughters, one of them mentally challenged, and later surrendered, police said here Monday.