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About 16 results for "bhupendrasinh chudasama"

Ubiquitous Modi not seen in Gujarat

As the Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, is doing hectic campaigning across the country, the Gujarat party unit will requisition the central leadership for a slice of his precious time for his home State. Mr. The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Ubiquitous Modi but rare in his home State The Hindu, 2 weeks ago

Arvind Kejriwal repeating a...

Terming AAP as the B-team of Congress, Gujarat BJP on Friday said its leader Arvind Kejriwal was repeating allegations made earlier by the main opposition party in the state. "Just like the Congress, the AAP levels false and baseless charges ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago Arvind Kejriwal repeating allegations made by Congress earlier: BJP  DNA1 month ago

Former minister Bimal Shah, Congress` Bhavesh Lakhani join BJP

Gandhinagar: Former Gujarat Transport Minister Bimal Shah, who had left BJP before the 2012 Assembly elections, on Friday rejoined the party with his supporters. State Congress secretary Bhavesh Lakhani also joined BJP at a function at the ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago Ex-Gujarat Min Bimal Shah, Cong's Bhavesh Lakhani Join BJP  Outlook India1 month ago
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Indian school textbooks say Japan nuked US

Indian school textbooks say Japan nuked US February 25, 2014, 10:14 pm School textbooks in India are full of errors that completely rewrite history, including one that says "Japan dropped a nuclear bomb on the US during World War II", it has ...
 Sri Lanka Island1 month ago Indian School Textbooks Wrongly State Japan Nuked US in World War II  Softpedia1 month ago Indian textbooks say 'Japan nuked US'  BBC1 month ago
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In Gujarat textbooks, Mahatma Gandhi killed in 1848, Japan nukes US

Ahmedabad: "Japan dropped a nuclear bomb on US during World War 2", "Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on October 30, 1948" - these are just two of the many factual errors in textbooks published by the Gujarat government for state-run schools. This ...
 NDTV1 month ago

Textbook terrorists booked

AHMEDABAD: Ten days after The Times of India launched the 'Error Terror' campaign highlighting the horrifying texts children read in the Gujarat board schools, the state government has suspended panelists involved in content preparation and ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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