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Rs585 cr development work announced for Ahmedabad city

Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani on Friday announced further development work worth Rs585 crore for the Ahmedabad. In the year 2020, Gujarat saw Rs27000 crore worth of development projects. The chief minister did the groundbreaking ceremony for the extension of the 35 km Sabarmati Riverfront project from Dafnala to Indira Bridge in Ahmedabad. This is...

Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani visits Tauktae impacted villages in Gir Somnath, promises all help

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani Thursday visited the affected villages of Gir Somnath to take stock of the impact of cyclone Tauktae. He visited villages in Una which is among the worst affected regions of the state. Rupani said that the administration will work on a war footing to restore normalcy in the coastal talukas...

CM Rupani urges people to follow safety norms to contain COVID-19

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Sunday urged people to follow the safety guidelines prescribed by the government to contain the spread of coronavirus. CM Rupani requested people to stay at home and comply with the night curfew that will remain in force for the time being in four cities—Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot. The...

Under Unlock 2.0 Guj govt allows shops to remain open till 8, restaurants upto 9 pm

The Gujarat government has under the Unlock 2.0 allowed shops to remain open upto 8 pm in the evening from July 1 onwards. The state has also given an additional one hour of extension for hotels and restaurants. As a result now they can remain open up to 9 pm in the evening. The state...

CM Rupani thank Jagannath temple trustees, mahant for co-operating in trimmed Rathyatra

CM Vijay Rupani who attended the 143 Rathyatra on Tuesday thanked the temple trustees and the Mahant of Jagannath Temple for taking into consideration the COVID-19 situation and agreeing to restrict the yatra within the temple premises. It is for the first time in the history of Rathyatra in Ahmedabad that the yatra did not...

CM gives 14 more babus the responsibility of Covid19 fight in Gujarat

As the number of Covid19 cases in the state cross the 8,000 mark and more cases continue to be recorded in various districts, the state government has pressed into service 14 more officers specifically for Covid19 duty. They have been asked to get the ground report for Covid19 in various parts of the state and...

Is CM Rupani trying to win the Covid19 war or his own political battle?

Tunvar Mujahid: Gujarat may be fighting a pandemic, but the chief minister is not only handling the Covid19 crisis but also trying to ensure his continuity in office as the state head. There is no denying that as the Covid19 numbers reach new highs every day, it has eroded the image of the chief minister....