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Guj: Current surge deadlier for younger patients

AHMEDABAD: The current wave of Covid-19 in Gujarat has proved to be more fatal for the younger population. An analysis of the mortality during...

Hospital admissions fall in Vadodara after 15 days

VADODARA: For the first time in a fortnight, the hospitalization due to Covid-19 in Vadodara city and district came down to four digits. On...

Augment infrastructure for 3rd wave: Guj CM

AHMEDABAD: Chief minister Vijay Rupani convened a meeting of high-level Covid Task Force at his residence for advance planning and preparedness just in case...

Gujarat sees 11,592 Covid cases, 117 deaths

Gujarat's Covid-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 6,92,604, new cases 11,592, death toll 8,511, discharged 5,47,935, active cases 1,36,158, people tested so far...

Covid: Cong seeks Rs 4L compensation for kin

AHMEDABAD: The Congress in Gujarat on Monday demanded a compensation of Rs 4 lakh each for the kin of over 8,000 people who have...

101 BS-VI compliant buses flagged off by CM

The 101 buses will enhance service across 16 state transport (ST) divisions, chief minister Vijay Rupani said through video conferencing from Gandhinagar.AHMEDABAD: A total...

Covid tightens grip in rural Guj, share of deaths up

AHMEDABAD: On Sunday, out of 121 deaths of Covid-19 patients, 56 or 46% of the deaths took place in eight major cities namely Ahmedabad,...

Gujarat will be 1st to exit 2nd wave: Vijay Rupani

Chief minister Vijay Rupani said the second wave is much more severe, fast spreading, and fatal.GANDHINAGAR: Chief minister Vijay Rupani said on...

PPE kits, food packets distributed in Ahmedabad

City-based philanthropists Girish Dani and Bharat Zaveri through Karma Foundation, and with police personnel, started distributing food packets in the city from May 5AHMEDABAD:...

Gujarat: In-service doctors threaten stir

Picture used for representational purpose onlyAHMEDABAD: After intern doctors, resident doctors and faculty members at government medical colleges, the in-service doctors have now threatened...