Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has tested positive for coronavirus. He has been admitted to a hospital in Ahmedabad.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Sunday fainted during a public rally in Vadodara. In a video, the veteran can be seen collapsing on stage as he was addressing the event.
At least two people were killed, while four others were injured in an explosion in Gujarat on Tuesday. According to the details, the blast was reported in a gas pipeline, in Gandhinagar at nearly 7 am today.
Former Minister Kanti Gamit, however, admitted that it was mistake on his part to allow such a large gathering at the function.
The Gujarat High court on Wednesday directed the state government to ensure those who found without wearing masks be compulsorily sent to COVID-19 care centres for community service.
A video of an Asiatic lion from Gir forest has emerged where it can be seen hunting down a cow, which was kept as a bait for the lion.
Union Minister Smriti Irani on Saturday applauded the hard work of the milk women of Gujarat's Banas Dairy who have become the top earners in the previous financial year.
In a boost for Atmanirbhar Bharat, farmers in Gujarat's Kutch are cultivating vitamin-rich Dragon fruit, an exotic fruit that originally belongs to South America and is also cultivated hugely in South East Asia, Taiwan, Australia, tropical and sub-tropical regions. Now, over 150 farmers in Gujarat's Kutch are cultivating this fruit in approx 700-800 acres of land.
Acharya Shree Purushottampriyadasji Swamishree Maharaj, who was positive for coronavirus, has succumbed after falling ill to the infectious disease in Surat, Gujarat.
A bunch of youngsters held a birthday celebration throwing all the coronavirus guidelines to the wind. The incident took place in Mahisagar district's Virpur.
Monsoon season is well and truly upon us and parts of western India are already starting to feel both the goods and the bads of the changing weather. After spells of heavy rainfall in Mumbai and other parts of Maharashtra the focus has now shifted to Gujarat. Heavy rainfall has lashed parts of the state and Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that more is yet to come.
A massive fire has broken out in a Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) factory in Ahmedabad. As per reports, 25 fire tenders are present at the spot and fire fighting operation is underway.
In a hearing past 2 am, the Gujarat High Court on Tuesday rejected all applications that challenged the stay on Rath Yatra in Ahmedabad. In light of the rising coronavirus cases, the High Court ordered that there will no Rath Yatra in Ahmedabad this year and the procession will be limited to the Jagannath Mandir Campus only.
The race for Rajya Sabha seats has come to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state Gujarat. On Friday, Congress and BJP will lock horns to secure as many seats of Rajya Sabha as possible. 4 Rajya Sabha seats are up for grabs. This should have been a regular affair but as 5 candidates are contesting for 4 seats. Things have become interesting.
In a major setback for senior cabinet minister in the Gujarat government Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, the Gujarat High Court has termed his victory in 2017 Gujarat assembly elections as void on the basis of malpractice and manipulation.
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has made it mandatory to accept digital mode of payments through Unified Payment Interface (UPI) and other platforms. Following this new order, Cash on Delivery (COD) will not be permissible from May 15 making it mandatory for home delivery payments to be cashless.
A police team was attacked in Gujarat capital Ahmedabad Friday evening as they guided people on following lockdown rules and social distancing norms strictly. The incident took place in Shahpur area of Ahmedabad. The police team resorted to the use of tear-gas shells to disperse the people.
Amul, India's largest food company on Wednesday launched 'Amul Haldi Doodh', amid coronavirus pandemic. Haldi Doodh is known for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Ahmedabad Municipal Commissioner Vijay Nehra on Friday raised concerns on the coronavirus outbreak in the state saying that COVID-19 positive cases are doubling every 4 days in the city.
Curfew has been lifted in several districts of Gujarat including Ahmedabad, Surat and Rajkot which have seen growing number of COVID-19 cases in recent weeks. Lockdown norms in these areas will, however, prevail as normal till May 3. During curfew in these areas of the state heavy restrictions were imposed on coming out of the houses. Shops would open only for a few hours.