Rajkot: On the second consecutive day since the Gujarat coast was warned of an approaching cyclonic system, people and administration across Saurashtra and Kutch were on standby. However, the fear had subsided among locals substantially as after the stormy wind and heavy rain in parts of Saurashtra and Kutch region on Wednesday, there was none reported on Thursday.

Phet cyclonic storm over the Arabian Sea weakened and turned towards the Oman and Yemen coastline on Thursday, considerably reducing the chances of its hitting the Gujarat coast.

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NEW DELHI: A wildlife committee headed by Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh issued four rejections and two postponements to industry proposals on Monday.

The National Board for Wildlife, headed by Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh, rejected some big projects, including a port project in Gujarat, signalling that the ministry would not clear projects in ecologically sensitive zones.

Cyclone Phyan Spotted 307 Km South-South-West Of Mumbai At 8:30 P.M. On Wednesday
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DOMESTIC oil and gas companies have taken measures to protect their operations from a tropical cyclone, named Phyan by the Indian met office, approaching India

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GANDHINAGAR: The breach in the Narmada canal near Lakhtar in Surendranagar has resulted in water crisis in Rajkot, Jamnagar and Kutch which is expected to last till Monday.

JAMNAGAR: With a view to beautify the city and provide people with a place for recreation, Jamnagar Municipal Corporation plans to develop
the heritage Ranmal Lake, also known as Lakhota Talav', in line with Kankaria Lake Front Development Project at an estimated cost of Rs 32 crore.

In a shocking incident, one of the most delicate ecosystems in India