Gandhinagar

Earlier, The Gujarat government on January 6 announced the reopening of schools for students of classes 10th and 12th from January 11.

Fixed deposits of more than Rs 20 crore of a Gujarat-based company have been attached in connection with a money laundering probe linked to a case of alleged fake refund claim of terminal excise duty (TED), the Enforcement Directorate said on Friday.

CM Rupani performed ground breaking ceremony of STP worth Rs. 103.26 crore in Surendranagar, Valsad and Godhra through video conferencing from Gandhinagar and also performed the ground breaking ceremony of various development works of 16 municipalities.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi e-inaugurates 45 MW production plant of Monocrystalline Solar Photo Voltaic Panel at Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University.

Singer and former parliamentarian Mahesh Kanodia (83) passed away on October 25 at his residence in Gandhinagar, following a prolonged illness.

The CM has also decided to provide food grains at a concessional rate to the senior citizens who are getting pension from the Central- State Government under the old age pension scheme.

Amit Shah distributed 200 electric potter wheels in Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency via video link, with an aim to empower them and help them contribute in India’s quest to become ‘Atmanirbhar’.

Raksha Shakti University (RSU) has been accorded the status of Institute of national importance. It was established in 2009 by then Gujarat CM Narendra Modi to maintain law & order in the state as well to increase the scope of educational opportunities in this field.

Gujarat Forensic Sciences University will now be known by name of National Forensic Sciences University. It will campuses across the country with main campus in Gandhinagar and will be fully funded by the Central Government.

On 70th birthday of PM Modi, Gujarat CM launched an ambitious project to provide 24x7 pure drinking water to citizens of Gandhinagar through taps. The project will take shape at a cost of Rs.229 crore.