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Despite publicity blitz, Rann Utsav's occupancy levels dip 20 pc

Thursday 9 January '14

A 100-day-long affair now, it is being managed by a private player.
NID students design ‘menstrual kit’

Friday 3 January '14

Kit comprises of pocket-friendly Rs 10 sanitary cloth pads and a sanitary waste collection system.
Air pollution in 15 areas of the city, reveals study

Monday 30 December '13

The study, by students of CEPT University, monitored the ambient air quality of the city at 32 places
State to form its own golf association soon

Sunday 8 December '13

Public and private golf courses in Gujarat will soon be coming together under one umbrella to promote the sport in Gujarat.
IIMA students visit engg colleges in state to improve employability skills

Sunday 8 December '13

The MBA students from the IIMA have volunteered for a three-month-long project that started in October.
Students wear political mantle, draft manifestos

Tuesday 3 December '13

Management students used their managerial skills to come up with innovative political manifestos at an event during the annual three-day business summit held at IIM Ahmedabad on Sunday.
Firm owned by woman’s brothers got project on merit: Govt officials

Friday 22 November '13

The company founded by Chintan Soni and his brother is yet to have an office of its own in Ahmedabad, bagged the “Smart Grid project”.
IIMA students visit engg colleges in state to improve employability skills

Thursday 7 November '13

The management students are also guiding several colleges to develop student-driven placement cells and use of social media to create awareness about jobs.
’Rann Utsav’ changes hands, doubles tariffs

Sunday 3 November '13

Desert carnival likely to be extended by another month.
Ahmedabad: Till meat do us apart

Sunday 20 October '13

Ahmedabad’s meat politics and how the city deals with it
Eight IIM-A students with 'out-of-box' self-employment ideas get alumni funds

Wednesday 16 October '13

“Young IIMAvericks programme” launched in January jointly by the alumni association of IIM-A.
Modi Model: The Pathani kurta is likely to be in Narendra Modi's wardrobe

Tuesday 15 October '13

Modi's stylist says he may wear kurtas at evening engagements in north India.
Likely soon in Narendra Modi's wardrobe: the Pathani kurta

Tuesday 15 October '13

'Modi kurta', might be seen in a Pathani kurta, reveals his Ahmedabad-based stylist of 25 years, Bipin Chauhan.
Now, rate your leader, upload reviews

Monday 14 October '13

Politicians and political parties may soon get rated just like restaurants and movies, thanks to a portal started by two Ahmedabad-based entrepreneurs.
NaMo means business in Gujarat

Tuesday 8 October '13

From mid-September, at least half-a-dozen products have been launched under the brand, NaMo.
Ahmedabad builders woo buyers with 'guaranteed rental schemes'

Saturday 5 October '13

The scheme is for areas located between Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar on the Sargasan road.
Meat production rose by more than 62% in 2012, says report

Saturday 28 September '13

The report said it had excluded unregistered slaughterhouses from this calculation.
There’s a lot in my film that merits a chance at the Oscars: Correa

Wednesday 25 September '13

For director Gyan Correa, The Good Road marks the culmination of his own journey, after travelling for months on India’s highways. A Goan, the veteran in ad films chose to make his debut feature film ...
India's pick for Oscars, The Good Road has a bumpy start

Sunday 22 September '13

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi welcomed the selection.


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