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GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat government has decided to close all the roads passing through the Gir national sanctuary

GANDHINAGAR: In a major step towards putting the Kalpasar project on fast track, the Gujarat government last week commissioned a bathymetric and geotechnical study of the entire oceanic space in order to ascertain its different layers, including fault-lines.

The study, to be completed by January 2012, will closely study tidal currents and the type of sediments found in the base and how they wou

GANDHINAGAR: Work on the first phase of the Rs 1,100 crore Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar metro rail project will start by next year and the line is expected to be operational within two-three years, Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) chief executive officer AK Sharma said on Thursday.

"A company has been set up for undertaking the metro project, MetroLink Express Ahmedabad Gandhinagar, and

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Ahmedabad: The new campus of IITGandhinagar (IIT-G) is going to have a green footprint. Authorities of the institute have decided to make the building design different than the conventional style of the other, older IITs. IIT-Gandhinagar is among the new IITs set up in 2008-09.

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Ahmedabad: More than 25 volunteers and representatives from city-based Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) participated in the discussion, held at Van Chetna Kendra on Sunday, on the Gyps vulture census in Ahmedabad, Mehsana and Gandhinagar.

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Ahmedabad: Man-made disaster sparked by blatant reuse of contaminated injections, syringes and needles was the prime reason for the high incidence of viral hepatitis-B recorded in 2009 which grew to 19 per 1 lakh population in the state from 17 per lakh population

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Gandhinagar: In an important decision of far-reaching consequences for investors wanting to set up shop in Ahmedabad and north Gujarat, the state government has decided to come up with a law that will go a long way in facilitating poor farmers to sell the land they have been tilling for decades.

THE newly-formed climate change department of the Gujarat government, the first such department in Asia and sixth in the world, has received its first budgetary allocation.

The state government has provided Rs 100 crore in Budget 2010-11 for the department, which was set up in 2009, to address the challenge posed by global warming.