Former Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel has been sworn-in as the Governor of Madhya Pradesh. Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court,
Former chief minister Anandiben Patel is being among the 9 sitting MLAs collectively dropped by both the rival parties - BJP and Congress.
Chief Minister designate Vijay Rupani met Gujarat Governor OP Kohli on Saturday morning to stake claim to form the new government in the state.
Vijay Rupani succeeds Anandiben Patel, who resigned early this week citing her advancing age and the need for a fresh face to steer BJP’s chariot
On Thursday, BJP President Amit Shah held talks with state party leaders at his residence in Ahmedabad to pick a new Chief Minister for Gujarat.
In a setback to the BJP government in Gujarat, the High Court on Thursday quashed the ordinance providing 10% quota for the economically backward
BJP rebuffed the speculations of party chief Amit Shah headed to take over as the Chief Minister of Gujarat post Anandiben Patel’s resignation
Anandiben Patel’s resignation has armed Congress party vice president Rahul Gandhi with one more issue to take on the ruling camp. A day after
Anandiben Patel sought her party to look for a fresh face as she soon will be turning 75, her party’s undeclared cut-off age. Significantly, her
Parts of Saurashtra region in Gujarat are reeling with strong protest against last week’s incident of flogging and public assault of Dalit youth
Though undeclared, the age bar of 75 years for the ministers is no secret under the current BJP-led dispensation, given recent resignations of
Mark Twain once quipped, “buy land, they’re not making it anymore”. In stark opposition to this exhortation, the recent bills passed (amidst
Gujarat Legislative Assembly on Tuesday passed Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime Bill. The Bill which was previously called as
The Gujarat government needs to be more careful in preparing state budget and strengthen budgetary controls in those departments where savings or