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  • Ahead of Surat rally, posters of Kejriwal with Burhan Wani, Hafiz Saeed and bin Laden

    Days ahead of AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal’s October 16 rally in Surat, banners carrying his photographs with Burhan Wani, Hafiz Saeed and Osama bin Laden, terming them ‘heroes of Pakistan’, appeared at different locations across the city on Thursday. While AAP blamed BJP, the saffron party denied it had anything[Read More…]

  • Surat Police arrest two for helping Al Qaeda suspect obtain passport

    Gujarat Police on Thursday said Surat police’s Special Operations Group (SOG) arrested two persons for allegedly assisting an al Qaeda suspect in making a passport using fake documents. “Syed Parvez, a driver and Sheikh Gulam Mohammad, a property dealer, were arrested late night by SOG after their names and signature[Read More…]

  • Gujarat CM’s Twitter gaffe; answers all questions with the same answer

    Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani’s debut on social media proved to be major disaster on Friday. Not only did he not respond to a single question in the stipulated time from 10 am to 12.30 pm, but replied the same answer to many different questions. He hosted a ‘Twitter townhall’ where[Read More…]

  • Cow-‘hooliganism’: Man dies after being beaten by alleged cow vigilantes in Gujarat

    Another shocking incident of ‘cow-hooliganism’ has surfaced from Gujarat. If Una flogging was not enough to cause enough outrage, controversy has erupted over the death of a 29-year old man on Friday after he was allegedly thrashed by so-called cow vigilantes. A footwear salesman, Mohammed Ayyub Shaikh, died due to head injuries[Read More…]

  • Gujarat horror: Doctor arrested for allegedly raping Dengue patient

    In a shocking incident, a doctor of a private hospital in Gujarat has been arrested for allegedly raping a dengue patient in the ICU earlier this week. The woman, who is being treated in the Apollo hospital in Gandhinagar, was allegedly raped twice on Sunday and Monday. She has alleged[Read More…]

  • BJP ruled states report highest number of crimes against SC, STs

    According to National Crime Record Bureau’s annual data BJP-ruled states of Gujarat, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan have reported the highest rates of crimes against Scheduled Castes in 2015. Gujarat reported the highest crime rate against Dalits (163.3%, 6,655 cases), followed by Chhattisgarh (91.9%, 3,008 cases), Rajasthan (58.5%, 7,144 cases). Uttar Pradesh which is[Read More…]

  • Gujarat’s Dalit community is escalating their stir, will hold mega rally in Delhi

    The Dalit community in Gujarat is planning to hold a massive protest in New Delhi’s Ramlila grounds ahead of the Winter Session of Parliament. Hoping to escalate their state-wide stir to a national level, the community is demanding equality, and protesting violence and atrocities against Dalits. From August till December,[Read More…]

  • Vijay Rupani is the new chief minister of Gujarat, Nitin Patel to be the deputy CM

    Vijay Rupani has been appointed as the new chief minister of Gujarat by Bharatiya Janata Party. He has been chosen as Anandiben Patel’s successor, who resigned from her post citing her age and upcoming state assembly elections. Nitin Patel, who was being cited as another frontrunner, has been appointed as[Read More…]

  • Nitin Patel to take the reins as Gujarat CM: Sources

    Following their meeting on Wednesday morning, the BJP parliamentary board has left the decision of the next chief minister to the legislature party in Gujarat. Senior party leaders Nitin Gadkari and Saroj Pandey have been appointed to travel to Gujarat on Thursday to hold meetings with state leaders. Amid speculations,[Read More…]

  • After Anandiben, who’s the next CM of Gujarat?

    With Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel submitting her resignation after a week of protests across the state following the Una incident, speculations are rife about the next chief ministerial candidate in Gujarat. Apparently, four people have emerged as the front runners in the race. Newsd tells you who’s in the[Read More…]

  • Dalits stand united in Gujarat, pledge not to lift carcasses

    Over 30 Dalit groups from across Gujarat have pledged not to lift carcasses after Dalit youth were publicly flogged for skinning a dead cow by self-proclaimed cow protectors in Una. This is the first time such large numbers from the community are coming together to protest Dalit atrocities. They are[Read More…]

  • Rahul Gandhi visits Una during Dalit upsurge

    In the wake of a political storm over the thrashing of Dalit youth in Una, Gujarat, by self-proclaimed cow vigilantes (Gau Rakshaks), Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi visited the victims’ family members on Thursday. In the pictures surfacing online, Rahul can be seen taking a look at Balu Sarvaiya’s wounds,[Read More…]

  • Gujarat Dalit stir: Arvind Kejriwal and Rahul Gandhi to pay a visit

    Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and Congress’s vice- president Rahul Gandhi will visit Una, Gujarat, where a Dalit family was flogged by self-proclaimed ‘Gau Rakshaks’ (cow vigilantes) for skinning a dead cow last week. The incident was captured in a video which went viral on the internet. Since the incident[Read More…]

  • Hardik Patel all set to join the AAP?

    Patel quota stir leader Hardik Patel is mulling joining the Aam Admi Party (AAP). He met senior leader Ashutosh and other Gujarat AAP leaders in Bharuch on Friday, well-placed sources tell Newsd. Hardik was given bail after nine months in prison and is heading to Udaipur till early next year—in[Read More…]

  • BJP’s Yatin Oza to join AAP

    Former president of the Gujarat Bar Association Yatin Oza met Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal in the latter’s visit to Gujarat to express his desire the join the AAP. He told PTI that the meeting was an informal one, but it can be considered that he has already joined the[Read More…]

  • No retirement age at minority-run institutes: Gujarat High Court

    The Gujarat High Court ruled a landmark judgment on Tuesday that the government’s norms for retirement for employees are not applicable to minority-run educational institutions. The court stated that in minority-run institutes, the employees including teaching and non-teaching staff can work longer than their retirement age of 60 years. The[Read More…]

  • Gujarat HC convicts seven in 2002 Post-Godhra riots

    The Gujarat High Court on Tuesday overturned a trial court’s judgement and convicted seven persons for murder in the 2002 post-Godhra riots case in Ahmedabad. The court will announce the quantum of their sentence on July 25. Earlier, there were total 10 accused in the Viramgam town riot case, out[Read More…]

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