1 killed and 8 injured in communal clashes in Vadodra

1 killed and 8 injured in communal clashes in VadodraVadodara, Sept 15 : At least one person was killed and eight others injured in Vadodara when one group started pelting stones on the other on Monday.

Prohibitory orders banning assembly of more than five people were clamped by police in the city after the communal tussle between two groups.

The festive aura of the immersion of lord Ganesh at the end of the ten-day festival turned sour when people of reportedly belonging to Muslim community allegedly tried to create hindrance in the immersion procession by pelting stones.

Gujarat Govt Bans Private Practice By Government Doctors

The Gujarat government has passed a resolution, putting a blanket ban on private practice by government doctors, and announcing mandatory Non Practising Allowance (NPA) for all doctors, irrespective of length of service.

Rajkot’s little Princess teaches Dandiya

Rajkot, Sep. 12 : A six-year-old girl in Rajkot is attracting public attention for teaching traditional Dandia dance form to various people some of them even of her parents’ age.

Bulbul has been widely appreciated for her talent here.

With the 10-day Navratri festivities around, Bulbul is busy training people in Dandia Raas and Garba dances, as a huge number of Gujratis perform them in open space in big gatherings during these days.

At first sight, Bulbul looks just another child standing barely three feet high. But the moment she steps on to the stage or in the dance court, she turns into a perfect dance tutor.

Nine killed, 20 injured in road mishap in Gujarat

Nine killed, 20 injured in road mishap in Gujarat

TCS bags order worth Rs 18 crore

TCS bags order worth Rs 18 crore Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has secured an order worth Rs 18 crore from the police department of Gujarat to automate and electronically link up each of the 483 police stations in the State.

Under the five-year project, TCS will develop, deploy and support enterprise-wide software in all of these police stations.

According to sources, this implementation is the first of its kind in India.

Indian Air Force jet crashes, pilot ejects safely

New Delhi - An Indian Air Force (IAF) MiG-29 fighter jet crashed
in the western state of Gujarat on Monday but the pilot managed to
eject safely, officials said.

"The aircraft had taken off from the Jamnagar airbase for a
training sortie but the pilot lost control and it crashed," IAF
spokesman Mahesh Upasani told reporters in New Delhi.

"The pilot, managed to eject safely," he added. The Jamnagar base is located 280 kilometres west of state capital Gandhinagar.

There were no reports of any casualties or damage to property on
the ground at the crash site, about 50 kilometres away from the
airbase. The pilot was moved to an Air Force hospital for treatment.