CM Vijay Rupani has announced a Rs 1,500 crore relief and rehabilitation package for flood-hit Banaskantha and Patan districts.

Ahmedabad, The Gujarat High Court today issued notice to the state government in response to a PIL alleging corruption in contracts for the development work at the country's largest solar power pr

Agroforestry is a traditional and ancient land use practice, having deliberate integration of trees with crop and livestock components. In India, agroforestry practices are prevalent in different agro-ecological zones and occupy sizeable areas. These practices have great potential for climate change mitigation through sequestration of atmospheric CO2. Carbon sequestration potential was studied in four districts of Gujarat (Anand, Dahod, Patan and Junagarh), for which field survey was conducted to collect primary data on existing agroforestry systems.

AHMEDABAD: The Socio-Economic Review of Gujarat has revealed that 1.47 lakh of the 43 lakh children at anganwadis in the state were found to be suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM).

So far, the state government has issued aid to the tune of Rs 1.24 crore towards 41 deaths of a total 72 reported cases. More than Rs 1,317 crore has been doled out in cash.

The Gujarat High Court on Thursday dismissed a public interest litigation (PIL) alleging irregularities in the acquisition of land for the solar park project at Charanka village in Santalpur block

Gujarat's solar dreams are getting bigger

Following an order of the Supreme Court on a petition on Monday, the green nod given to nine government and private projects in Gujarat by the National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) has been kept in ab

Rajkot: Forest department has issued eviction notices to traditional saltpan workers in Little Rann of Kutch, asking them to vacate the wild ass sanctuary in the next seven days.

Govt Fails To Come Out With New Policy Despite SC Guidelines

Gandhinagar: Despite Supreme Court’s order to clear encroachments and restrict sale of pastoral (gauchar) land, Gujarat still has more than 12,000 cases related to illegal possession of pastoral lands.