Gujarat

RAJASTHAN, KARNATAKA, GUJARAT, MAHARASHTRA AND DELHI HAVE OMICRON CASES IN INDIA

The Omicron strain of the coronavirus is spreading fast in India as well as the world. On Monday, India’s tally neared the two-dozen mark (23 to be exact) after two more people were confirmed infected with Omicron in Maharashtra’s capital Mumbai.... Read more

RAHUL GANDHI DEMANDS CREDIBLE DATA ON COVID-19 DEATHS, COMPENSATION TO FAMILIES

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday tweeted a video with the caption demanding credible data of deaths caused by Covid-19 infection and compensation of Rs. 4 lakhs to those who lost their loved ones. He shared a video in which families, who lost their dear ones due to Covid in Gujarat, alleged that they did not receive timely help from the government.... Read more

ZAKIA JAFRI IN SC: ADV. SIBAL SAYS ‘GLARING PROOF OF COLLABORATION’ IN SIT PROBE

The Supreme Court asked Zakia Jafri, the wife of late MP Ehsan Jafri who was killed in the 2002 Gujarat massacre, how she could claim that the Special investigation team had collaborated with the accused.... Read more

“THIS IS A CRITICAL PERIOD FOR THE COUNTRY, 2ND WAVE NOT OVER”, SAYS UNION HEALTH MINISTRY

The Health Ministry on Thursday observed that many districts across India are in danger zone and warned that the second wave is far from over. The current relaxations in public spaces across the country and the opening of universities has brought alarm as the Covid-19 virus is still spreading around the states.... Read more

LAKHIMPUR KHERI VIOLENCE AND KILLINGS: EXPLAINED

Uttar Pradesh: The violence that broke out in Lakhimpur Kheri on Sunday resulted in 8 deaths and many casualties. 4 farmers were killed when a group of SUVs part of the convoy of Union Minister of State Ajay Mishra ran over a crowd of farmers. The farmers, later on, went into an agitation that was toned down with the negotiations done by farmers union leader Rakesh Tikait with the officials in the Uttar Pradesh government. Below is a fairly brief timeline on how the violence occurred and the reasons observed.... Read more

PFIZER BETTER THAN ASTRA ZENECA FOR THOSE INFECTED WITH DELTA VARIANT, REVEALS NEW STUDY

Covid 19 vaccines that were launched late 2020 and early 2021 was claimed to offer protection against the viral infection. A new study reveals the effect on the transmission on the Delta Variant is lower for the Oxford Astra Zeneca compared to the Pfizer vaccine, the former being manufactured in India as Covishield.... Read more

SUPREME COURT LASHES OUT AT FARMERS GROUPS, ASKS FOR REASONS FOR PROTESTS

The Supreme Court on Monday lashed out at the farmers’ groups, asking them the reason for continuing protests, even though the government hasn’t promised implementation. The court raged saying if an issue turns violent, “nobody takes responsibility”.... Read more

JIGNESH MEVANI TO JOIN CONGRESS, ALONG WITH KANHAIYA KUMAR

Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani announced that he will join the Congress party on 28 September along with JNU student leader and Bihar politician Kanhaiya Kumar. Both the entries have been confirmed by party leaders. Both young leaders have been faces of the anti-NDA movement since 2016, rooting from the political unrest in JNU.... Read more

BHARAT BANDH GETS MIXED RESPONSE FROM STATES, ACCORDING TO SOME

The Bharat Bandh called by farmers unions was termed “successful” by leader Rakesh Tikait. The strike that started from Monday 6 am and concluded by 4 pm created traffic havoc in parts of Delhi and around. However commercial establishments and shops were operating as usual. The bandh manifested differently in different parts of the country.... Read more

BHARAT BANDH ‘SUCCESSFUL’, SAYS RAKESH TIKAIT

The 10-hour Bharat Bandh called by the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) on Monday was termed 'successful' by farmers’ leader Rakesh Tikait. SKM, an umbrella body of over 40 farm unions announced that the strike, from 6 am to 4 pm, will not allow traffic in certain parts of the national highways. The strike was called in as the first- year anniversary of the signing of the farm laws by the President of India.... Read more

INDIA RECIPROCATING UK’s VACCINE RULE

The new British travel rules that require Indians to quarantine even if they’re fully vaccinated has brought up tensions between the two nations. India who got both doses for Covishied vaccine, the local variant of UK’s AstraZeneca will be considered unvaccinated in the new rules.... Read more

NEW CHANGES IN GST; TAX INCREASE IN FOOTWEAR AND GARMENTS

In the first physical meeting of the GST Council held in Lucknow, many changes have come up regarding tax levies. The tax levies for footwear costing under Rs. 1000 has been increased, ready made garments’ tax has been increased from 5% to 12%. ... Read more

Bhupendra Patel was not an innocent choice for CM

Bhupendra Patel took oath as the 17th chief Minister of Gujarat by replacing Vijay Roopani on Sunday. The move came in as both an unexpected move but. Also, an expected choice to be the face of the party. It was obvious the BJP leadership would... Read more

Amazon training for MSME exports in Gujarat

Amazon India is planning to give training and guidance for exporters of micro, small and medium business owners (MSME) in Gujarat. The multi national company is collaborating with the Industries and Mines Department of state government of Gujarat.... Read more