GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat government, while nearing the November 2018 deadline for land acquisition for the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project, has decided to offer 25% more compensation, over th
AHMEDABAD: With summer at its peak and cases of nausea and dehydration on the rise, even animals, including bats, are falling prey to dehydration.
AHMEDABAD: If you think the heat is baking you right now, prepare to be roasted.
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Gandhinagar: In line with the central government’s ambitious target of generating 175 gigawatt power from renewable energy sources by 2022, Gujarat has set the ball rolling for establishing India’s
As many as 639 cases of waterborne diseases have been reported till March 17, according to the Health Department of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation.
A health report of the city revealed by the health department of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) states that in the first week of January, 205 water-borne cases were reported by AMC-run hospi
There has been a drop in the number of vector-borne cases in 2017, as per the data released by the health department of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) on Monday.
The introduction of LED streetlights by AMC has helped it save 26 million units of electricity helping it reduce its power bill by Rs15.50 crore a year.
AHMEDABAD: Even as the temperatures have begun to dip and humidity levels falling, there is no respite from vector-borne infections. The cases of dengue have shown a sharp rise.
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