City Side: Survey says Kejriwal must accept security while Aam Aadmi returns to politics

CityJoyous Faith: Varkaris perform during a ringan ceremony in Wadala on Sunday. (IE Photo: Pradeep Kocharekar)

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Security agencies have finalised a joint survey on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and have recommended that the chief minister must accept security. The report, sources said, will be submitted to the chief minister. Sources said although the CM does not face a specific threat from terrorists, he has a positional threat.

After joint survey, police say CM must accept security


After a 13-year-renunciation, 76-year-old Mafatbhai Patel has returned to politics. As he is set to join Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) formally on Monday, Mafatbhai is also readying to fight the BJP and his wife, who is claimed to be successor to Chief Minister Narendra Modi if he becomes prime minister.

Mafatbhai: An Aam Aadmi and a common man

Ahmedabad City Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) have lodged an FIR against social activist Teesta Setalvad, her husband Javed Anand, son of slain Congress MP Ehsan Jafri - Tanvir Jafri and two other survivors of 2002 Gulberg Society massacre case accusing them of breach of trust, cheating and criminal conspiracy.

FIR lodged against Teesta, others for 'breach of trust and cheating'


In a rare case, three sisters had to undergo bariatric surgery - a surgical method of removing excess fat from the body - after they had health issues such as diabetes, knee pain, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and breathlessness due to obesity.

3 sisters undergo bariatric surgery to fight obesity


Of the total 4,025 children with special needs (CWSN) enrolled in city government schools for the academic session 2013-14, more than 50 per cent of them have been found to be suffering from low vision.

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