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Final arguments commences in 2002 British nationals' killing

AHMEDABAD: A special SIT court in Himmatnagar on Monday started hearing final arguments in the killing of British nationals near Prantij during the 2002 riots. Special prosecutor R C Kodekar began his arguments on the evidence gathered and placed ... Times of India, 3 days ago

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2002 Pranjit riots: Court rejects SIT plea seeking to recall British national

A Himmatnagar district court on Thursday rejected an application of the Supreme Court-appointed special investigation team (SIT) seeking permission to recall the complainant and the key witness, Imram Dawood, in the Prantij riot case of 2002 in ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Prantij killing: Plea to recall NRI witness over his accent rejected  Times of India2 weeks ago Gujarat riots case: Court rejects plea to re-examine national of United Kingdom  Indian Express2 weeks ago Court rejects plea to reexamine UK national in Guj riots case  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Himmatnagar ginning mill owner looted

PALANPUR : A group of six persons armed with sticks and stones allegedly attacked a ginning mill owner and his family members when they were asleep near Himmatnagar in Sabarkantha district on Friday. After the assault, they decamped with valuables ...
 Times of India1 month ago

UK national sought to be re-examined in Gujarat riots case

"We filed an application before the principal district judge I C Shah of Himmatnagar court on Wednesday and sought his re-examination," SIT's lawyer R C Kodekar said.
 Economic Times1 month ago Guj riots case: UK national sought to be re-examined  The Statesman1 month ago

A week after controversial speech, Sadhvi holds rally in Trilokpuri

Comment · print · T T T+· T- In her first public appearance after the controversy surrounding her controversial speech, Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti on Monday addressed a nukkad sabha in Trilokpuri that witnessed communal tension ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Transfers cripple BJ Medical College

The recent transfer of 125 doctors in two batches has left several departments at Civil Hospital struggling to attend to patients. The sudden shuffling came just before the annual inspection of Medical Council of India (MCI) but it is BJ Medical ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com3 weeks ago

Govt shifts 125 medical teachers ahead of MCI visit

AHMEDABAD: Days before the annual inspection by the Medical Council of India team state government transferred over 125 professors and assistant professors. They have been transferred to medical colleges in Patan, Himmatnagar, Valsad and Gotri. ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Staff count during MCI inspection will be considered final strength  Times of India1 month ago

Tirupati Sarjan Ltd procures new work orders

Tirupati Sarjan Ltd has procured new work orders. The Company has received the order of Infrastructure work of GMERS Medical College Campus, at Himmatnagar District, Sabarkantha amounting to 49.06 Crores. The Subsidiary Company, M/s Tirupati ...
 Equity Bulls3 weeks ago Tirupati Sarjan secures order worth Rs 49.06 crore  HDFC Securities3 weeks ago

WiFi, CCTV: How He Changed This Gujarat Village

Punsari, Gujarat: Punsari village, barely 100 km from Ahmedabad, could be a textbook case of development. Closed-circuit cameras, water purifying plants, air-conditioned schools, Wi-Fi, biometric machines - the village has it all. And all of it was ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago From No Electricity to WiFi and CCTV: How One Man Transformed This Gujarat Village  NDTV4 weeks ago WiFi and CCTV: How One Man Transformed This Gujarat Village  NDTV4 weeks ago How One Man Transformed Gujarat Village  NDTV4 weeks ago

Plan Panel is scrapped, govt must now have a roadmap to reforms

The abolition of the Planning Commission raises an important fiscal question: Will we continue to plan in the old-fashioned way with a range of output targets, and an expenditure programme to achieve these targets specified over the next five years? Image: A folk dancer performs during Republic Day celebrations at Himmatnagar town, about 69 km (43 miles) east from Ahmedabad. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters The Planning commission is no more but the Plan Budget continues as a fiscal entity.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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