Syndicate content

Trouble for Modi minister

In trouble for Gujarat minister Purshottam Solanki, a special court in Gandhinagar has ordered the Anti-Corruption Bureau to probe the `400-crore fisheries scam in which he is allegedly involved and s

Modi rethink on death for Maya Kodnani

Under attack from right wing groups, the Gujarat government has witheld its decision to seek the death penalty for former minister Maya Kodnani — once a close aide of chief minister Narendra Modi — in

Guj govt withholds decision on death penalty for ex-minister

Under attack from right wing forces, Gujarat government today kept on hold its decision to seek death penalty for former minister Maya Kodnani, Babu Bajrangi and eight others in the 2002 Naroda Patiya riots case.

Zakia files plea against SIT

Zakia Jafri on Monday demanded filing of a chargesheet against Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi and 58 others for their complicity in the 2002 riots and sought rejection of the Special Investigati

12 killed, nine injured in road accident in Gujarat

12 people, including three women and as many children, were killed when a luxury bus was hit by a truck coming from the opposite direction near Kosamba in Surat district, the police said.

Meeting modi logical next step, says UK minister

UK’s minister of state for the foreign office Hugo Swire on Wednesday met Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, and later said it was “a logical next step” in his country’s relations with Gujarat.

Adani group chairman out of Wharton event

Following the cancellation of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi’s keynote address at the Wharton India Economic Forum, it transpires that main sponsor Gautam Adani, chairman of Gujarat-headquartered Adani group, opted out of the event some time ago.

18-ft tunnel found, jailbreak is foiled

A daring jailbreak planned by Ahmedabad serial blasts case undertrials at the Sabarmati Central Jail was thwarted by prison officials who uncovered a 18-foot-long tunnel dug in the barrack where some

‘Sadiq encounter stage-managed’

Invoking charges of criminal conspiracy and murder against eight policemen, including two retired officers, the CBI Saturday said the encounter of Sadiq Jamal was stage-managed and he was kept in ille

India seek to level series in must-win tie


India will have to quickly plug their batting shortcomings and pick the right team composition when they go into the second and last Twenty20 cricket international against arch rivals Pakistan here tomorrow, hoping to level the two match series 1-1.

No Articles Found

No Articles Found

No Articles Found

I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.