Articles tagged under: Jamangar

Gujarat CM on visit to flood-hit Jamnagar and Rajkot

September 14, 2021
Gujarat CM on visit to flood-hit Jamnagar and Rajkot

Jamnagar: Gujarat CM Bhupendrabhai Patel today visited Dhuvav village of Jamnagar district - which is among the villages that are impacted highest due to the heavy rain and flood situation in the last 48 hours. The Chief Minister interacted with the locals about the damages and took stock of the situation. CM Patel: 477 villages of Jamnagar district affected by heavy rains. Teams from outside called for survey and sanitation. 144 persons rescued, 4760 shifted, 84 villages experienced power f...Read More

Bhadran makes team for Operation Jamnagar

October 03, 2020
Bhadran makes team for Operation Jamnagar

Jamnagar: On new Superintendent of Police (SP) Deepan Bhadran's request, the State Director General of Police (DGP) has transferred two Police Inspectors to Jamnagar. Police Inspector KG Chaudhary (Kiran Chaudhary) has been transferred to Jamnagar from Anand. Police Inspector SS Ninama who works in Junagadh has also been transferred to Jamnagar. Inspector Chaudhady had worked for long time in Ahmedabad Crime Branch. He later worked as Inspector in Anand district's Local Crime Branch (LC...Read More

Jamnagar starts getting Narmada water as replacement to Aaji-3 supply

March 25, 2018
Jamnagar starts getting Narmada water as replacement to Aaji-3 supply

Jamnagar: The city has started getting additional 16 MLD Narmad water as replacement to Aaji-3 day supply which has stopped. Jamnagar generally gets 23 MLD water supply from Aaji-3 dam which is not possible at present. The government replaced it with 10 MLD Narmada water initially and later another 16 MLD water supply. Jamnagar gets 22 MLD water from Sasoi dam, 25 from Ranjitsagar, 27 from Und-1. The State government has assured even more supply if needed to the city. The cit...Read More

Pellet guns least lethal weapon available with us, regret for injuries: CRPF

July 25, 2016

New Delhi: CRPF, accused of disproportionate use of force in Jammu and Kashmir, today expressed regret for injuries caused to youths due to firing of pellet guns in the Valley and said it would use this "least-lethal" weapon only in "extreme" situations as of now. Addressing a press conference, Director General of Central Reserve Police Force K Durga Prasad said there was no weapon called "non-lethal" and the pellet guns, often used for crowd control in Kashmir Valley, was the "least-lethal" ...Read More

1990 murder case: Court rejects Sanjiv Bhatt’s plea

February 21, 2012

Jamnagar, 21 February, 2012 Jamkhambhalia court today rejected controversial suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt’ plea to pardon the delay in filing review petition in a 1990 murder case against him. Bhatt's lawyer IH Sayed however said they would be challenging the rejection of their condonation of delay plea in the Gujarat High Court soon. The next hearing in the case has been scheduled on 28 February, when the court would decide on framing of charges against Bhatt....Read More

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