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Gujarat lions caged after spate of big cat attacks

Ten out of a pride of 13 lions have been caged in accordance with Gujarat government’s orders after three people were killed by big cats in eastern Gir forests in the last two months.

Congress vows 20 per cent quota for upper castes poor

Dubbing the Gujarat government’s decision to provide 10 per cent quota for the economically backward among forward communities as a mere “lollipop” to hoodwink people, Congress leader Shankersinh Vagh

NIA charges 10 in twin murders of BJP leaders

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday submitted chargesheet before a special court against 10 accused in the double murder case of BJP leaders in Bharuch, claiming the killings were part

Modi got 1st class in MA, says Gujarat V-C

Prime Minister Narendra Modi receiving memento during his visits at Assi Ghat in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. (Photo: PTI)

Amid the raging row over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s educational qualification, the Gujarat University on Sunday shared details of his MA degree, saying he scored 62.3 per cent as an external stude

Pullela Gopichand expects seven to make Rio cut

Pullela Gopichand

The injury worries have been never-ending in the past few months but national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand on Saturday said he expects at least seven players to qualify for the upcoming Rio Olymp

21.74 per cent water left in 203 Gujarat dams

The Gujarat government has said all 203 small, medium and large dams in the state, including the Sardar Sarovar dam on the Narmada river, are now having 3503.87 million cubic meters of water in them,

Mild response to Patel bandh

Youth leader ‘commits suicide’

Patel community calls for Gujarat bandh today, security stepped up

Police take charge on members of Patidar community during their "Jail Bharo Andolan" for demanding release of Hardik Patel

Curfew was clamped in Gujarat’s Mehsana town mobile internet services were banned.

Ishrat case accused made in-charge DGP

Senior IPS officer P.P. Pandey on Saturday took over as in-charge DGP of Gujarat following the unexpected transfer of incumbent P.C. Thakur to Delhi.

With the results of the five Assembly elections out, there are certain clear heroes: Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal, J. Jayalalithaa in Tamil Nadu, the LDF in Kerala and the BJP in Assam.

When the information and broadcasting ministry sent out letters to all ministers requesting them to give detailed interviews to Doordarshan and All-India Radio about the achievements of their respecti