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BJP Mahila Morcha defends Modi, Shah

Thursday 21 November '13

They feel the scandal is nothing but a “well-timed” ploy by the Congress party to malign the image of Modi.
Modi blames Cong for split India, changed geography...

Monday 11 November '13

Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday blamed the Congress for partition, and twisting history.
Cong split India, changed country’s geography: Modi

Monday 11 November '13

Modi criticised Congress for ignoring Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and other other freedom fighters.
Keeping Muslim support intact for Cong a tough task for Khurshid Saiyed

Tuesday 22 October '13

Khurshid Saiyed was made president of minorities department in the All India Congress Committee on October 19.
Muslim OPD patients mentioned as Hindus in Sola Civil hospital forms

Tuesday 15 October '13

Tahirkhan Pathan, a resident of Juhapura, went to the Civil Hospital at Sola for treatment in its paediatric ward.
Women's panel visits Asaram ashram, but gets no complaints

Monday 14 October '13

The Gujarat State Commission for Women is trying hard to find out if there are any other victims who may come out with complaints against him.
RBI cautions co-op banks against lump sum disbursal of loans to builders

Friday 11 October '13

Advises construction stage-wise loan disbursal.
Launched to heal, Sanjivani Raths stand still most of the time

Thursday 10 October '13

In October, 2009, Chief Minister Narendra Modi rolled out the Sanjivani Rath, a mobile clinic launched by Gujarat Cancer and Research Institute (GCRI).
Minority Morcha blames low 'membership harvest' on rains

Wednesday 2 October '13

The morcha has managed to enrol only 50,000 members since its inception and is reserved about revealing the exact enrolment number.
Blow to Nitish as senior MLA prepares to join BJP

Sunday 29 September '13

Senior JD(U) legislator Chhedi Paswan has all but decided to join the BJP.
AMTS to bring in newer areas within purview

Tuesday 24 September '13

To improve communication links with these areas
Male teachers transferred, Urdu medium schools for girls stare at staff shortage

Tuesday 24 September '13

A shortage of teachers is plaguing the Urdu medium municipal schools for girls due to transfers of staff that started about a week ago.
Years after shehnai fell silent, last musician leaves dargah

Monday 23 September '13

Langa met chairman of Gujarat Wakf Board A I Saiyed on September 18 and gave him a memorandum seeking help.
Slow Aadhaar registration hinders direct benefit transfers

Tuesday 10 September '13

The districts where the scheme was launched on July 1 are Anand, Bhavnagar, Mehsana and Navsari
AMC students may lose scholarships in absence of bank accounts

Sunday 18 August '13

Although the students or their parents are not at fault for not having a bank account, the children may be forced to drop out from schools for lack of money.
A week on, @narendramodiU has only 24 posts to its credit

Wednesday 7 August '13

Barely a week after Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s social media managers launched his Urdu Twitter handle, it already has 286 followers
111 schools caught in AMC, district panchayat tussle

Tuesday 30 July '13

The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) is yet to take over 111 primary schools located in nagarpalika areas that were merged into the AMC from the district panchayat.
Around 1,500 govt school teachers in state await arrears

Thursday 25 July '13

After the state government announced on May 28 this year that it would pay the final installment of the Sixth Pay Commission arrears to all government employees in cash,
Buses leased to AMTS draw flak for high accident rate

Wednesday 24 July '13

Buses leased out to the Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Service (AMTS) by private contractors are drawing criticism for the public transport agency
Children’s education dream dims as lone school shuts down

Monday 22 July '13

An NGO-run school in Vishala Circle area on Sarkej Road has been shut down by Ahmedabad district education.


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Pratap Bhanu MehtaYou, the UPA, destroyed roads, airlines, power, education, industry, employment… you rocked the financial boat, you came for freedom, you legitimised being corrupt. But we did not speak out. Remember, we do have the vote. Pratap Bhanu Mehta While we were silent, July 11 Comments
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