The Gurugram Police arrested a man, who allegedly threatened Elvish Yadav, a YouTuber and Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner. Notably, the man threatened Yadav and demanded ₹1 crore, from the social media star. Yadav instantly registered a case against the unidentified man with the Gurugram Police. The police launched an investigation and arrested the accused, a resident of Gujarat. He is identified as Shakir Makrani.
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India won 107 medals in the Asian games concluded recently. Speaking about the state wise wins, Haryana secured 44 medals, Punjab (32,) Maharashtra (31) UP (21,)Tamil Nadu (17,) WB(13,) Rajasthan (13) and Mizoram (1.) What is interesting about this, is Gujarat which received highest Rs 608 crores for sports, won zero medal at the Asian Cup. The data was shared by X user, questioning Gujarat sports development with funds.
Mumbai Police arrested one Ashish Chavda (23), for allegedly uploading pictures and the contact number of a woman, on an escort service WhatsApp group. The woman, who was receiving calls, asking for sexual favours, approached police, following which they tracked down Ashish and arrested him from Rajkot, Gujarat. Notably, this is the second time that the accused has committed the crime. Earlier also, Ashish was arrested but got bail.
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The Biparjoy cyclone is becoming a major concern for the states like Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. Started from the Arabian Sea, the Cyclone would have a disastrous affect in the coastal region of Gujarat. According to India Meteorological Department (IMD), the powerful storm would hit the Indian port of Jakhau in Gujarat late evening on June 15. powerful storm is 170 km away from Jakhau Port and 201 km Dwarka.
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Cyclone 'Biparjoy' is one of the worst in the history of cyclones in India. After 1988, this is the worst, long-lasting cyclone which is likely to progress to 'severe cyclone' As per the experts and IMD, the cyclone which started from the Arabian Sea, will last for at least 10-days, affecting regions of Gujarat, Mumbai and some parts of Rajasthan. In addition, NDRF and other forces are deployed in action.
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The National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC) met and reviewed the preparedness of the Gujarat government and central agencies for the impending Cyclone Biparjoy. The management also assured Gujarat of all help. Fishermen have been advised not to venture into the sea and those at sea have been called back to safe berth,said official. Furthermore, a total of 21,000 boats have been parked so far and rescue operation is underway.
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Having existed as a cyclone over the Arabian Sea for almost 10 days, its prolonged duration raises concerns about the increasing frequency and severity of cyclonic storms in the region due to global warming. A study by scientists at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology in Pune reveals an 80% increase in the duration of cyclones in the Arabian Sea over the past four decades.
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PM Modi To Lay Foundation Stones For Various Projects Worth Rs 8,000 Crore In Gujarat’s Bharuch, Jamnagar
PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various development projects in Gujarat’s Bharuch and Jamnagar on October 10. He will inaugurate phase I of Modi Shaikshanik Sankul in Ahmedabad, which is an educational complex. PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of Bulk Drug Park at Jambusar. He will lay the foundation stone of projects worth over Rs 8,000 crore in Bharuch.
In a major drug bust in Gujarat and Mumbai, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) seized MD drugs estimated to be worth Rs 120 crore, informed officials, on October 7. With this, six persons were also arrested, including two suspected drug kingpins. A total of 50kgs of drugs were recovered, which were concealed in a godown in Mumbai. In Gujarat, a total of 10.350 Kg was recovered.
In Gujarat’s Vadodara, a communal clash broke out at a vegetable market in Savio town on October 3, confirmed police. Following which, around 40 persons have been arrested. According to the police, a religious flag was tied to an electric pole, which offended the sentiments of another religious group. When the persons who were offended went to initiate conversation, stone-pelting occurred. An FIR has been filed and investigation is underway… read-more