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Una row: Anandiben reaches Mota Samadhiyala, says she would vi...

Correspondent, Junagadh: Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel today visited Mota Samadhiyala village in Una taluka of Saurashtra region of Gujarat where Chamar community youths were thrashed over skinning of cow issue. Chief Minister landed at ... DeshGujarat, 3 days ago

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Gujarat Dalit protest: 3 lakh passengers affected as bandh hits bus services

Nearly 90 per cent of bus trips scheduled in Jamnagar, Rajkot, Junagadh and Amreli divisions were cancelled. ROAD TRAFFIC was paralysed across the state Wednesday as Dalit
 Indian Express3 days ago OMG: It Is Incredible How the Passengers Got Saved after This Bus Sways on a Collapsed Bridge  Daily Bhaskar2 months ago Bus Passengers' Lucky Escape In Bridge Collapse  Sky News2 months ago
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Rahul Gandhi, Praful Patel announces relief to Dalit victims

Junagadh, Jul 21 (UNI) Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, accompanied by a troupe of party leaders including Kumari Shailja and Gurudas Kamat, today visited Mota Samadhiala village of Una taluka in Gir-Somnath district to express sympathy and ...
 United News of India2 days ago Rahul Gandhi, Praful Patel visit Mota Samadhiala, Rajkot in Gujarat, Rs 7 lakh relief announced  DeshGujarat2 days ago RaGa visits victims, assures `5L aid  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago
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Pride of 8 lions spotted near Ashoka rock edict in Junagadh

Ahmedabad, Jul 18 (UNI) Just a week after a pride of eight lions were seen loitering in a residential area of Junagadh town, a group of four lions were seen moving on the road near the rock edict of Emperor Ashoka, close to the residential area of ...
 United News of India5 days ago Another dangerous stroll of lions in residential area, 4 lions seen near Ashoka Shilalekh in Gujarat  DeshGujarat5 days ago Lion pride spotted near Ashoka rock edict in Junagadh  Times of India5 days ago

Lions roam on the streets Junagadh

A pride of eight lions, including two cubs, was seen loitering in a residential area of Junagadh town near the Girnar Darwaza area. Lions in Gir Natioal Forest have been feeling the pinch of space as they are growing in numbers and at the same time ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago Midnight Catwalk: 9 Lions Invade Streets of Indian Town (VIDEO)  Sputnik1 week ago Watch: 8 lions spotted strolling on streets cause panic in Gujarat town  Asian Age1 week ago Eight lions roam on Junagadh roads at night – It's true and video has gone viral  Zee News1 week ago

Watch: Eight lions moving stealthily through Junagadh's streets, gives shock to locals

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, July 15 -- A group of magestic eight Asiastic lions were spotted wandering in the Junagadh city of Gujarat earlier this week, giving locals a shock.
 HT Syndication1 week ago Watch | When eight lions decided to take a walk in Gujarat's Junagadh  Hindustan Times1 week ago
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Lions taking a stroll on Junagadh's 4 lane main road (Video)

Incessant rains has caused flooding in the natural habitat of Gir Sanctuary. This has resulted in something which has never been witnessed before a pride of 3 lionesses and their cubs (total 9 lions) venturing 3.5 kms on a 4 lane main road of ...
 Rush Lane1 week ago WATCH: Pride of lions take a stroll in Gujarat town, residents panic  India Today1 week ago Watch: 8 lions roam freely in residential area of a Gujarat town  catchnews.com1 week ago WATCH: Pride of lions seen sauntering through an inhabited road of Junagadh in Gujarat  ABP Live1 week ago

11 Supremely Weird Things Indian Royalty Spent Their Money On

Think the Arabs live a lavish life? Think again. Our Maharajas weren't too far behind. 1. The Nawab of Junagadh - Mahabet Khan Rasul Khan The Nawab of Junagadh loved his dogs. So much so that he had 800 of them and each with ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago

Residents Of Gujarat's Junagadh Had Some Surprise Visitors - Lions Roaming The Streets At Night

Stray animals on Indian roads present an unremarkable sight. But early on Tuesday morning, Junagadh resident Mrunal Joshi saw a bevy of beasts of an order that was royally different from the usual urban menagerie of stray dogs and loitering cattle.
 Indiatimes1 week ago Lions jaywalk through Gujarat town  Times of India1 week ago 9 lions jaywalk through Gujarat town with pride  Times of India1 week ago Residents Of Gujarats Junagadh Had Some Surprise Visitors - Lions Roaming The Streets At Night  Indiatimes1 week ago
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Lions attack cowherd, seen roaming in Junagadh town

Junagadh, Jul 12 (UNI) A person was seriously injured, when three lions attacked him near Adsang village of Amreli district today, even as the video showing a pride of eight lions roaming about a human habitat in Junagadh district created panic, ...
 United News of India1 week ago Lions attack man near Gir forests, spotted in Junagadh town  Can India News1 week ago Lions attack man near Gir forests; others spotted in Junagadh  The Hindu1 week ago Gujarat: Lions attack man near Gir forests, spotted in Junagadh town  Indian Express1 week ago
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