SC resumes hearing to decide if courts can ask state to compensate damage of religious places

The Supreme Court on Wednesday resumed a crucial hearing to decide whether the courts can command the State to fund the restoration of places of worship damaged due to its failure to maintain law and order, an issue that came into focus after the destruction of such structures during the 2002 Gujarat riots.

Gujarat to celebrate World Yoga Day at over 29000 locations

The Gujarat government today said the upcoming 'World Yoga Day' on June 21 will be celebrated at more than 29,000 locations across the state.

Gujarat govt hikes price of first language textbook for primary schools

Gujarat Government on Wednesday increased the prices of first language textbook of primary schools of five mediums except Gujarati, officials said.

820 kg of Maggi noodles seized in Ahmedabad

Following imposition of one-month ban on Maggi by the Gujarat government, Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation today raided 1,296 shops in the city and seized more than 820 kgs of the instant noodles of the company.

Gujarat bans sale of Maggi for a month

Gujarat Government today banned the sale of Nestle's instant noodle brand 'Maggi' for a month in the state after the product failed the food safety test.

Gujarat to decide on ban on Maggi after sample reports come in

The Gujarat Government would decide whether to ban the sale of instant noodles Maggi after getting sample reports from laboratories on June 4.

Gujarat govt to celebrate World Yoga Day on a grand scale

The Gujarat government has prepared a detailed plan to celebrate World Yoga Day on a grand scale across the state on June 21, a Sunday.

Gujarat inks MoUs with China for Smart City, industrial park

The Gujarat Government on Saturday signed MoUs with a Chinese enterprise in Beijing envisaging Rs 29,000 crore investments in the state.

Saving the king of beasts: The endangered Asiatic Lions

The esoteric jungles of India are home to an array of majestic beasts walking in glory! Gir in India's Gujarat is one such abode to the Asiatic lions and the only home of the Asiatic lion in Asia.

Gujarat government to provide LPG connections to BPL families

Gujarat government plans to make the state "kerosene-free" by providing LPG gas connections to 33 lakh-odd Below Poverty Line (BPL) families, it was officially announced here today.

Geetha Johri promoted as DGP, three other officers elevated by Gujarat government

The Gujarat government promoted IPS officer Geetha Johri to the rank of DGP, while three other officers were also elevated on Thursday.

Congress slams Gujarat government on Kalpsar, Narmada canal

Congress slammed the Gujarat government on Wednesday for delay in implementing the ambitious Kalpsar project as well as the Narmada canal network.

War of words in the House to extend Gujarat assembly session

Congress MLAs on Tuesday objected to the proposal by the Gujarat government not to extend the ongoing session for two more days to accommodate discussions and voting on 12 bills admitted in the House.

Rs 47,202 crore spent on Narmada project: Gujarat government

The Gujarat government admitted before the Assembly on Wednesday that despite spending over Rs 47,000 crore on the entire Narmada project, canals of more than 48,000 km are yet to be constructed.

Gujarat has over 6.5 lakh malnourished kids: State government

The Gujarat government today admitted here that more than 6.5 lakh children suffer from malnutrition across the state.

Gujarat to sign MoU with UN programme for sustainable energy

Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL), an initiative of the United Nations, will sign an MoU with Gujarat Government, which will help the state develop sustainable energy mediums and facilitate its collaboration with global institutions.

Gujarat forest dept ropes in BSF, FSL experts to curb poaching

The Gujarat government has reconstituted its Wildlife Crime Cell by roping in experts from BSF and Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) for effective implementation of anti-poaching operations in the state.

Gujarat government lays down rules for radio cab operators

The Gujarat government on Thursday came out with the rules and regulations for national as well as international cab service providers operating in the state.

Gujarat Congress to intensify stir against Gujarat government

The Gujarat Congress has decided to intensify its protest across the state on several issues, including the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for cotton and other agri-commodities, before the Vibrant Gujarat Summit, scheduled for January 11 and January 13 next year.

'Missing' woman in Asaram case will be traced: Gujarat Home Minister

Two weeks after a 33-year-old married woman, who had filed a rape complaint against self-styled godman Asaram Bapu went missing, Gujarat government on Saturday said it will trace her and look into lapses on part of the policemen guarding her.