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November, 4 rat snakes, 6 cobras and 6 wolf snakes were found in different parts of the city.NEW DELHI: A series of snake sightings in the past one month has led wildlife experts to believe that there is a thriving population of reptiles in and around Delhi. Five snakes have been rescued in the capital—three of them giant pythons—recently. While most snake species normally hibernate in winter, the...
Source : Times Of India | 14 Hour(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
Rajkot, Dec 18: Protests erupted today in various parts of Saurashtra region in Gujarat, a day after a young farmer in Vinchhiya town here allegedly set himself afire on the issue of increase in cotton MSP even as the state government rejected the demand to set up an inquiry panel to probe the incident.The farmer also opposed Gujarat government’s ongoing Ravi Krushi Mahotsav, demanding raise in Minimum...
Source : News Room Post | 21 Hour(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
RAJKOT: Amid statewide protests by cotton farmers demanding higher minimum support price for their produce, a young farmer immolated himself in Vichhiya of Rajkot district on Wednesday afternoon. Police said that Arvind Nagani, 22, of Dharai village in Chotila taluka of Surendranagar district was rushed to civil hospital in Rajkot in serious condition."Primary details available suggest that Nagani...
Source : Times Of India | 1 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
much-touted Bombardier rakes that were supposed to replace the worn-out old rakes will not be able to operate as they are taller, and will pose problems once the system switches from direct current to alternating current traction.The much-touted Bombardier rakes that were supposed to replace the worn-out old rakes will not be able to operate as they are taller, and will pose problems once the system...
Source : Times Of India | 1 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
two featured in a group photograph that was clicked with the rest of their friends two years ago. Recently, Kamble called up the girl and asked her to meet him.from a female friend, threatening to circulate their photographs amongst her family members. Officials said he forced the girl, also 19, to pocket ornaments from her parents' cupboard and pass them to him. The girl's father eventually smelt...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
RAJKOT: Wildlife enthusiasts have something to cheer as lioness Mira gave birth to three cubs in Rajkot Zoological Park on Monday.With the addition of three cubs born on Monday, the total number of lions at Rajkot Zoo has increased to 19. Officials from the zoo said that the cubs are healthy and doing fine.Mira was born in October 2011. Mira mated with lion Neel at the zoo. There are 128 animals and...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
delegation of industrialists and businessmen from the United States to the seventh edition of Gujarat Government's biennial flagship event- Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors' Summit- will be led by the Secretary of State John Kerry.GANDHINAGAR: The delegation of industrialists and businessmen from the United States to the seventh edition of Gujarat Government's biennial flagship event- Vibrant Gujarat...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
fully tapping the potential of tourism in the state, a well-developed hospitality industry is a prerequisite. With a view to realizing the twin objective, Hotel Chanakya's vice-president (development) Akhil Kochhar feels the state government should change the concept of 'tourist season' of three-six months to round the year by providing extra facilities. He talks to Vithika Salomi about the hotel industry...
Source : Times Of India | 3 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
Poachers are allegedly selling migratory birds for Rs 250 to Rs 400 in the Civil Lines area. A lalsar is available for Rs 300 to Rs 400. A Topidar Peelak and Chhota Pahadi is sold between Rs 300 and Rs 400.Species like Lalsar, Himalayan Kathfodwa, Bhurasir, Kaudiyala, Kathfodwa, Topidar Peelak, Chhota Pahadi, Rajalal, Bada Khotur and Panna are being poach. These birds are sent to Gonda, Balrampur,...
Source : Times Of India | 3 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
22 year old woman allegedly committed suicide by immolating herself in her house in Barman village on the outskirts of the city on Sunday.Her father Vallabh Makwana, a resident of Pipaliya village in Babra taluka of Amreli district, alleged that his she was being harassed and tortured by her in-laws and their family members. He lodged a complaint against her mother-in-law Shardaben Chuda and sister-in-law...
Source : Times Of India | 3 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Rajkot
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