Rajkot: A 55-year-old woman from Naduna village about 10km from Jamnagar city died of swine flu on Thursday.

Jamnagar: Large number of birds and fishes were found dead in Lakhota lake in the city on Friday. According to sources, besides nearly 40 birds, fishes, a snake and turtles have also died.

While the exact reason for their deaths is not immediately known, it is suspected that they died after consuming something poisonous.
The birds found dead included pelicans, spotbilled ducks, coots among others. Interestingly, it was only after TOI called up forest department that their staff rushed to the spot.

An earthquake measuring 5 on the Richter scale jolted many parts of Gujarat in the wee hours today but there were no reports of damage to property or loss of life.

AHMEDABAD: For some winged visitors a journey of over 2,000 km from Siberia comes to a deadly end just when they swoop in to land in the shallow waters of Kutch.

In a move that will give the better and cleanear environment agenda a boost, the reach of Euro-IV fuel (diesel and petrol) will be expanded to seven more cities in the current financial year. This less polluting fuel was launched about a year ago in 13 cities.

Gandhinagar: The Gujarat government wants two more bullet trains to run within the state, one of them between Ahmedabad and Dwarka via Rajkot and Jamnagar, while the second would between Rajkot and Veraval via Junagadh.

Gandhinagar: The World Bank (WB) has agreed to enhance total funds to be made available for development and modernization of urban infrastructure in selected towns from $162.5 million to a maximum of $300 million.

AHMEDABAD: In 2003, Central Pollution Control Board gave Ahmedabad the ignominious tag of being the most polluted city in the country, with dangerous levels of lead and sulphur found in the air.

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