under Gujarat

The tennis tournament’s iconic green and purple towels are made by an Indian firm at a facility in Gujarat


2 Jul 2015 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

Could a village in Haryana have been the ancient civilisation’s very first settlement?


13 May 2015 | BY Sunaina Kumar

What if it were Delhi


30 Apr 2015 | BY Ullekh NP

Will PM Modi be able to work the same magic in Kashmir, as he did in 2001 in Kutch?


29 Sep 2014 | BY Shruti Vyas

Modi played the indulgent host to perfection as he tried to bond with the visiting Chinese president Xi Jinping. Can the mutually suspicious Asian powers overcome the trust deficit?


18 Sep 2014 | BY Ullekh NP

Gujarat isn’t Guangdong, but shows the rest of India what its model of governance can achieve


1 May 2014 | BY Dhiraj Nayyar

Criticises Gujaratis for giving nothing to Mumbai


11 Feb 2014 | BY Haima Deshpande

After police turned up with VHP activists to arrest local butchers for slaughtering cows, a Muslim group in a Gujarat village launched a cow protection campaign


21 Dec 2013 | BY Omkar Khandekar

An ill-matched lead pair and phony environment make this film hard to watch


2 Dec 2013 | BY Ajit Duara

After it advertised that five of its inmates were looking for grooms, the Nari Sanrakshan Gruha, a home for destitute women in Surat, received more than 550 CVs of suitors—an average of 110 suitors for each girl. “Once they reach marriagea•ble age, we start teaching them to be good wives,” said Rupal K Shah, chairman of the Gruha. “They never had a family and now they need one. So, a strong family background is the primary criterion for any eligible groom.” He would also need to be a bachelor with a steady income and no criminal record.0

12 Oct 2013 | BY Somudra Banerjee
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