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Bail denied to Naroda Patia case convict

The Gujarat high court on Tuesday refused to grant temporary bail to 2002 Naroda Patia riots case convict Babu Bajrangi, who sought one week’s release for the treatment of his ailing son.

Surat company gives cars, flat, jewellery to staff

Hari Krishna exports, Surat-based diamond firm, has given `4 lakh each to its selected 1,268 employees, including cleaning staff

It is an unprecendented Diwali bonanza of Rs 4L to employees

Implementation of RTI lags in Gujarat: NGO

Nine years after introduction of the Right to Information (RTI) Act, Gujarat is still lagging behind in its implementation, alleged rights activists here on Saturday.

Gujarat High Court quashes Snoopgate probe panel

The Gujarat high court on Friday set aside a state government notification constituting an inquiry commission to probe the alleged snooping on a woman architect in 2009, accepting her father’s plea th

Nanavati panel gets extension till October 31

The Gujarat government on Tuesday granted yet another extension of one month till October 31 to the Justice Nanavati Commission, the 24th since it was set up, probing the 2002 post-Godhra riots.

Arrest cleric for Navratri remark: VHP

Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Sunday took strong objection to what it termed as “provocative” remarks on Navratri festival by Maulana Mehdi Hasan, saying it is a deliberate attempt to “malign” Hinduism and

Congress wrests 3 seats from BJP

Barely four months after its clean sweep in the Lok Sabha elections in Gujarat, the BJP on Tuesday suffered a setback losing three of the nine Assembly seats to the Congress in the bypolls but retaine

With border and investments on agenda, Chinese President Xi Jinping meets PM Modi in Ahmedabad

Chinese President Xi Jinping (left) shaking hands with PM Narendra Modi.

Xi Jinping’s visit will to set tone for future relations between Asia's rival superpowers.

‘Ban Muslims from garba’

Echoing the views of a BJP MLA from Madhya Pradesh, VHP leader Pravin Togadia on Saturday said Muslims must not be allowed inside Garba events and insisted identity cards of every person be checked, a

‘Government servant can’t claim privacy right’

Without naming the beleaguered CBI chief Ranjit Sinha, former Supreme Court judge G.S. Singhvi on Saturday said a government servant cannot always claim right to privacy.

After four hours of driving, we should have been in the middle of Dartmoor. And yet we were not.

During Gen Pervez Musharraf’s time a television host asked Benazir Bhutto (BB) about the low attendance at the Pakistan People’s Party jalsas that had just taken place.