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Helping the poor in last journey

SURAT: Nine years ago, an old woman hailing from a tribal dominated village in Songadh taluka of Tapi district was sitting outside the postmortem (PM) room at the New Civil Hospital (NCH) here. The loss of only bread winner of the family - her ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Man fights off leopard

SURAT: A 35-year-old man survived a deadly attack by leopard while sleeping in a hut in Bodhan village of Surat district on Sunday. Continuous kicking by the victim on leopard's face helped him to release self from jaws of the animal. Dhananjay ...
 Times of India4 days ago In 18 months, a Surat village farm caught 11 leopards  Indian Express1 month ago

Tapi river not tapped

State remains parched while 190 tmc of water is lost to Gujarat Even as the state gets parched, its neighbour Gujarat enjoys at least 190 thousands million cubic feet (tmc) of water from the Tapi river basin, which would have rightfully belonged to ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

Saurashtra's major dams turn off water supply for irrigation

Summary State irrigation department officials said that orders had been issued to Ukai dam authorities in Tapi to stop supplying irrigation water. Owing to delayed monsoon and depleting level of water in state's reservoirs, the state ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

Ukai catchment areas record some rain

SURAT: As the monsoon shows no sign of revival over South Gujarat, the areas of Ukai dam over Tapi river have started receiving moderate rain fall in last one day. Major catchment areas of Ukai dam that provides water to Surat city and major parts ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago UKAI : catchment areas record some rain  4 Traders2 weeks ago

This Tapi farmer reaps riches with organic farming

SURAT: Three years ago, the 10 hectares land he purchased near Sikar, a village some 40 km from Surat, was nothing but a saline wasteland. But three years later, some innovative farming ideas have transformed this barren land into an orchard of ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Lampung Imagery, Textile Iconography of South Sumatra

Drink reception at 6:30 pm Presentation at 7:00 pm Close at 8:00pm The Lampung District in south Sumatra is home to the most celebrated textile tradition of the Indonesian Archipelago. An area known at its core for ancient Austronesian megaliths, ...
 AsiaSource4 weeks ago

Gujarat Ministers appointed in-charge of various districts

AHMEDABAD: Days after taking over, new Anandi Patel today appointed 18 of her Cabinet colleagues as in-charge of various districts. Patel, continuing with the system started by the , assigned districts to her Ministers, 6 Cabinet and 12 Ministers of ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

70.33% clear HSC exam in Surat

SURAT: Surat district registered a pass percentage of 70.33 in the class XII (general stream) examinations conducted by Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB), the results of which were declared on Saturday. Out of 41,873 ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Rs 983.17 million expenditure: KP districts fail to present record

May 26, 2014 The Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) in its report on the Accounts of District governments for financial year 2011-12 has recommended inquiry and fixing responsibility into an amount of Rs 983.173 million on persons at fault ...
 Business Recorder2 months ago
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