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Tirthgam-Pavangam Scheme: Promoting Unity, Social Harmony In Gujarat

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Regardless Of Ethnic Influences, Jewish Food Adheres To A Strict Dietary Code

When a community decreases in numbers, its traditional food becomes a memory and it is to ensure that this memory prevails that award-winning author...

India’s Startup Ecosystem Became an Attraction in The World: PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that India's startup ecosystem has become an attraction in the world and is a matter of discussion...

RIL To Set Up World’s Largest Zoo In Gujarat

Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) will be setting up the world's largest zoo in Gujarat's Jamnagar district. The Detailed Project Report (DPR) of the 'Greens Zoological...

India Trying To Reduce Carbon Footprint By 30-35%

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said India is trying to reduce its carbon footprint by 30-35 percent and working to double its oil...

Ganesh Chaturthi 2020: India’s Homely Celebrations

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Richa Chadha: We Need to Step up to Protect Environment

Actress Richa Chadha believes that little acts of kindness go a long way. She feels the need of the hour is a systemic shift...

Migrant Workers Push Up Corona Infections in Jharkhand

The return of the migrant workers from the highly coronavirus infected states of Maharashtra and Gujarat is pushing up the number of Covid-19 patients...

India: Asiatic Lions in Gujarat’s Gir forests to Have Radio Collars Fitted Around their Necks

The rare Asiatic lions in Gujarat's Gir forests and surrounding regions will have radio collars fitted around their necks this month, similar to the...

India: Gujarat to Upgrade Renewable Energy Sector To an Ambitious 30,000 Megawatt (MW)

The Gujarat government is planning to upgrade the state's installed capacity in the renewable energy sector to an ambitious 30,000 megawatt (MW) by 2022...

Come April, government will be more comfortable in Rajya Sabha

In April, the opposition may lose its edge over BJP in Rajya Sabha NDA led by Modi has faced many embarrassments in Rajya...

Rani Ki Vav: A Mesmerising Stepwell Built In The Memory Of A King By His Queen

By Ruchika Verma  Rav Ki Rani in Gujarat is one of the biggest stepwells in India It is famous for its size and beautiful...

12 Interesting Facts About Somnath Temple Probably You Didn’t Know

Somnath Temple is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna ended his Lila and thereafter left for heavenly abode The first Siva...

Vijay Rupani Takes Oath As Gujarat Chief Minister

BJP leader Vijay Rupani on Sunday took oath as the 16th Chief Minister of Gujarat along with Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel and 23 other ministers. Governor O.P. Kohli administered...

Women staff takes the lead in recently held Assembly Elections

NEW DELHI: The Assembly election of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh were well swept by the Bhartiya Janta Party, where Congress closely followed them in...

Hello Foodies ! You Can Spot These 8 Street Foods at Every Nook and Corner in India

Sep 02, 2017: Street foods in India is the new trend amongst foodies these days and are indeed delectable to savor. Previously, it was known...

India Has the World’s Largest Ship Graveyard in Gujarat

July 24, 2017: Ships have a life. Does it sound peculiar to you? After you get down from the wonderful journey you probably never...

These 4 Lesser Known Resorts in India are Perfect for a Vacation!

July 23, 2017: India is a large country with unexplored places and destinations. While a great vacation means getting out of the country to...

6 Indian States and their special Dishes that will leave you hungry for more!

April 23, 2017: India consists of many cultures under one roof and each and every culture fills the air of this nation with the beautiful...

Two dozen of their brethren killed since 1992, Indian Journalists ask for New Law to Protect their Rights

Sept 07, 2016: Indian journalists are demanding a fresh law that protects their rights in the wake of a new report that claims more...

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