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group of netizens switched off their mobile and laptops to take up broom to clean Tapi River on Sunday. This was being done under the 'Clean Tapi - Clean India' campaign launched through social media network in the city.Around 400 volunteers associated with the movement gathered at Navdi Ovara on bank of river Tapi in Nanpura for cleaning it. The young volunteers who came with banners and brooms, stepped...
Source : Times Of India | 23 Hour(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
new governing body in S B Garda Trust, one of the oldest Parsi educational trusts in south Gujarat, has brought to an end differences simmering for two decades and also controversies involving its earlier members. The new governing body has promised to restore the institution's past glory despite court cases still pending against faculty members, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University (VNSGU) and the...
Source : Times Of India | 23 Hour(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
Three persons got a new lease of life because of organ transplant done in Surat.Valsad-based P V Ramakrishna Rao was declared brain dead on June 25 after an accident on June 22 on Valsad-Dharampur Road. Rao was going on his two-wheeler from Abrama when an unidentified four-wheeler hit his vehicle from behind. He suffered severe injuries on head and was treated at Kasturba Hospital initially. Later,...
Source : Times Of India | 23 Hour(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
comparatively lower fares charged by Ola, the first taxi aggregator to start operations in the coastal city, are hurting the business of auto drivers here.Those with smart phones are relying more and more on Ola as its fares are almost on par with that charged by autos. While Ola charges Rs 49 for the first two kilometres, its rate per km after that is Rs 10. Whereas autos charge Rs 23 for initial...
Source : Times Of India | 24 Hour(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
Central water resource commission (CWC) has started land survey in up stream of Ukai dam of Tapi river to set up four more gauge stations . It plans to complete this survey in coming three -four months. Gujarat state water resources department and CWC has started telemetry system to forecast the amount of water that could flow in the river and Ukai dam from last two years. At present 20 such stations...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
Standing committee of Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) has taken a decision to give 20 per cent discount to all the buyers who purchase medicines from its medical store run in SMIMER hospital campus. This will be 10 per cent more than the previous years. SMC took this decision to benefit lower income group people."We know , SMC is going to lose Rs 4 lakh on monthly basis by way of rent .But, we have...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
was an unusual sight at Navdi Ovara on bank of Tapi River in the diamond city when hundreds of volunteers from different age group started cleaning on Sunday morning with live music performed by a city based rock band. The cleaning drive was carried out as part of an online campaign started by few alert citizens.The campaign 'Clean Tapi - Clean India' on social media in the city hit the ground to do...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
The devastation by floods in Amreli district and other parts of Saurashtra is likely to trigger migration of skilled diamond workers to Surat's diamond industry.Diamond industry leaders say that many people from Saurashtra could turn towards Surat in search of jobs as their farm lands have been washed away and houses damaged in the rains. They say over 600 diamond units were inundated during the recent...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
One of the greenest cities in the state, Surat loses several trees every year with the beginning of monsoon. During the past week, heavy winds and rain have uprooted and damaged over 1,000 trees. Experts believe that the reason behind heavy loss of green cover every year was due to faulty plantation pattern.Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) officials are changing the plantation pattern to stop uprooting...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
For many residents, the spell of heavy rains accompanied by high velocity winds seems to have come as a golden opportunity to get rid of those unwanted trees obstructing their shops, houses, apartments and commercial buildings.If the garden department of the Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) is to be believed, 5% of the people including builders, shop owners and those in the residential societies chopped...
Source : Times Of India | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Surat
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