With Lok Sabha elections drawing to a close next week and poll predictions favouring Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister, the clamour for Chief ministership in Gujarat has already begun.
The Gujarat Government on Monday announced creation of 23 new talukas from the existing 225 ones, taking the total number of these district sub-units in the state to 248.
Keeping its poll promise, the Gujarat government today announced the creation of seven new districts, taking the total number of districts in the state to 33, from 26 districts until recently.
Narendra Modi’s anointment as the chief of BJP’s 2014 election campaign committee has led to questions as to who will succeed the CM in Gujarat.
Gujarat Finance Minister Nitin Patel on Friday said he was ready to step down or retire from politics.
Swine flu has claimed 23 lives in Gujarat since the onset of winter and 82 patients are being treated, the government said on Wednesday.
Gujarat minister Nitin Patel on Tuesday apologised in the assembly over his alleged "unparliamentary" remarks against Congress members.
Gujarat Assembly proceedings were adjourned twice on Tuesday following uproar by Congress MLAs demanding apology.
A budgetary provision of Rs 500 crore has been made for the Metro rail project in Ahmedabad for 2012-13
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