Articles tagged under: England

Mafia Jayesh Patel alias Jaysukh Ranpariya remanded in custody in UK

March 20, 2021
Mafia Jayesh Patel alias Jaysukh Ranpariya remanded in custody in UK

London: Notorious land mafia, extortionist and accused in 45 cases of crime including murder, Jayesh Patel alias Jaysukh Ranpariya after his arrest in Sutton (South London) on Tuesday by Scotland Yard's Extradition Unit, was produced before Westminster Magistrates’ court in London on Wednesday and remanded in custody in Wandsworth prison until a next hearing of the case later this month on March 24. Ranpariya has refused consent to be extradited to India to face criminal charges. “Jaysukh...Read More

MoS Home, Pradipsinh Jadeja makes formal announcement of Jayesh Patel’s arrest in London

March 19, 2021
MoS Home, Pradipsinh Jadeja makes formal announcement of Jayesh Patel’s arrest in London

Gandhinagar: Pradipsinh Jadeja, Minister of State for department of Home, Government of Gujarat today formally announced the arrest of notorious land mafia and extortionist Jaysukh Ranpariya alias Jayesh Patel. Jadeja made this announcement on the floor of the State assembly. Jadeja said attibuted this success to strong political will of State government. He informed that the arrest took place through joint operation of Indian and London Police. ગુજરાતની સુરક...Read More

We’re in constant touch with MHA, MEA over extradition process of Ranpariya: DGP Gujarat

March 18, 2021
We’re in constant touch with MHA, MEA over extradition process of Ranpariya: DGP Gujarat

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Director General of Police (DGP), Ashish Bhatia has confirmed that Jayesh Patel alias Jaysukh Ranpariya has been detained by Interpol in London. “The Gujarat Police had issued a Red-Corner notice against Ranpariya, and followed up the case with the Interpol and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in New Delhi. We had received his location to be in London, UK, and had sent the input to the Interpol. As per Indian Standard Time (IST), Ranpariya was detained from a l...Read More

Most wanted Gujarat criminal Jayesh Patel of Jamnagar nabbed in London

March 17, 2021
Most wanted Gujarat criminal Jayesh Patel of Jamnagar nabbed in London

Jamnagar: Jayesh Patel alias Jaysukh Ranpariya, Gujarat's most wanted criminal with Interpol red corner notice against him, has been finally nabbed from London through Interpol. Formal announcement on this big success of Gujarat Police might be made by Minister of State for Home, Pradipsinh Jadeja later today. India had asked UK to nab Ranpariya and sent related dossier with details of 42 offenses against him. Diplomatic channels were also activated to ensure success in nabbing this notorious ma...Read More

PM Modi’s next three foreign visit this year

March 01, 2021
PM Modi’s next three foreign visit this year

Japan K Pathak Gandhinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting three foreign nations this year. The countries are Bangladesh, Portugal and United Kingdom. This detail was shared by India's foreign secretary Shringla while speaking via video conference at an event of Pune International Centre on Sunday. The Prime Minister will visit Dhaka in Bangladesh on March 26 to attend the 50th anniversary of declaration of independence of Bangladesh, formerly East Pakistan. He will vi...Read More

UK PM Boris Johnson postpones India visit amid Covid crisis, speaks to Modi

January 05, 2021
UK PM Boris Johnson postpones India visit amid Covid crisis, speaks to Modi

New Delhi: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi this morning to express his regret that he will be unable to visit India later this month as planned, said a statement released by British Prime Minister's office, 10 Downing Street. The statement said, 'In light of the national lockdown announcement last night, and the speed at which the new coronavirus variant is spreading, the Prime Minister said that it was important for him to remain in the UK so he can...Read More

4 cases off Mutant Covid Strain detected in Gujarat

January 02, 2021
4 cases off Mutant Covid Strain detected in Gujarat

Gandhinagar: Four cases of the highly contagious mutant strain of the coronavirus have been detected in Gujarat, State Health Ministry has informed. Those affected by the strain - first found in the United Kingdom - had arrived in Gujarat from UK. Their screening was done at the airport and samples were sent to National Institute of Virology in Pune. All four are kept in Amdavad Municipal Corproration (AMC) run Covid hospital at Sardar Patel institute under strict protocol, as new strain is high...Read More

Rupani’s daughter, son-in-law arrive in Gujarat from U.K; tested negative for Covid

December 27, 2020
Rupani’s daughter, son-in-law arrive in Gujarat from U.K; tested negative for Covid

Gandhinagar: 1,720 persons arrived in Gujarat from European countries including United Kingdom during December 9-23. Out of them 11 were tested positive for Covid19, including four from Ahmedabad, two each from Vadodara, Anand, Bharuch, and one from Valsad. All are under observation, said the state officials on Sunday The samples of these 11 persons have been sent for further investigation to Pune and Gandhinagar to ascertain whether the new strain was present. Results of genome study will be...Read More

Four passengers from UK tested COVID19 positive at SVPI airport in Gujarat

December 22, 2020
Four passengers from UK tested COVID19 positive at SVPI airport in Gujarat

Ahmedabad: Four passengers of those who arrived by Vande Bharat flight AI1172 from London to Ahmedabad at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport here, tested COVID19 positive. There were total 275 persons in the flight. Those detected positive have been shifted to AMC run SVP Hospital for treatment. Amid mutant strain, considering the prevailing situation in the UK, Indian govt has decided that all flights originating from the UK to India shall be temporarily suspended till 11:59 pm, 31s...Read More

British University to open a new University in Gujarat; Agreement signed

December 16, 2020
British University to open a new University in Gujarat; Agreement signed

New Delhi: An agreement has been signed between the University of Edinburgh & Gujarat to open a new biotechnology university in Gujarat in July 2021. According to the statement released by foreign office of United Kingdom (UK) regarding the visit of British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to India, 'the foreign secretary welcomed the signing of a new agreement between the University of Edinburgh and the Indian State of Gujarat to open a new biotechnology university in Gujarat in July 2021. Thi...Read More

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