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Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Metropolis in Gujarat, India

Heavy rainfall floods Gujarat's Dwarka [Video]

Heavy rainfall floods Gujarat's Dwarka

Sever water-logging witnessed in Gujarat's Dwarka after heavy rainfall. Water-logging disrupted daily lives of people. Traffic snarled due to the water-logged roads. Extremely heavy rainfall is on cards in Jamnagar, Dwarka and Kutch districts, predicted Ahmedabad's Meteorological Department.

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Extremely heavy rainfall expected in parts of Gujarat: IMD Ahmedabad [Video]

Extremely heavy rainfall expected in parts of Gujarat: IMD Ahmedabad

Informing about the weather conditions, Ahmedabad's Meteorological Department Director, Jayanta Sarkar, on July 07 said that extremely heavy rainfall is expected in Jamnagar, Dwarka and Kutch districts of Gujarat. "Extremely heavy rainfall is expected in Jamnagar, Dwarka and Kutch. Very heavy rainfall will lash Gir Somnath, Junagarh, Porbandar and Rajkot. Almost all the districts in Saurashtra will receive heavy rainfall today," he said. Meanwhile, a team of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) rescued two people stuck in the Und river catchment area in Jamnagar district due to continuous rainfall.

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Fire breaks out at Indian Bank ATM in Ahmedabad [Video]

Fire breaks out at Indian Bank ATM in Ahmedabad

Fire broke out at Indian Bank ATM in Ahmedabad on July 06. Incident occurred at CTM Area. Fire tenders rushed to the spot to douse the flames. No injuries were reported in the incident. Cause of fire is not known yet. More details awaited.

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Surat Surat Metropolis in Gujarat, India

Surat gold jewellery industry incurring losses due shortage of artisans [Video]

Surat gold jewellery industry incurring losses due shortage of artisans

Jewellery shop owners in Surat are incurring losses as gold artisans have returned to their native places due to COVID-19. Vijay Mangukiya, Secretary, Surat Jewellery Association said, "Around 70% of artisans have left in COVID fear.""Most of these artisans are from West Bengal. Our expenses are fixed but income has reduced as there is shortage of labour as well as less demand for gold. The condition has become so worst that we are unable to survive," Vijay Mangukiya added. In the times of pandemic the demand of gold has also gone down.

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Jewellery shop in Surat selling diamond-studded face masks worth lakhs

A jewellery shop in Gujarat's Surat has come up with masks studded with diamonds that cost between Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 4 lakh.
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Watch: Woman staff assaulted by cop in bank premises in Gujarat's Surat [Video]

Watch: Woman staff assaulted by cop in bank premises in Gujarat's Surat

A woman bank staff assaulted by the cop in the bank premises. The incident happened on June 23 in Gujarat's Surat and captured on the CCTV camera. Soon after the incident, All India Bank Employees' Association (AIBEA) on Tuesday night appealed to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to save bank staff from such assaults by enraged customers. FM also condemned the incident and assured strict action against the accused.

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Surat teacher depicts COVID crisis through 'warli art' [Video]

Surat teacher depicts COVID crisis through 'warli art'

An art teacher in Surat depicted conditions prevailing in the country during COVID crisis through his work. Tulsi Patel made a beautiful 'Warli Art'. Through his work, he depicted the struggle of migrant workers amid lockdown. He also paid tribute to corona warriors, who are working selflessly round the clock to combat the virus. "I wanted to pass the message to people through my painting. I have also shown the struggle of migrants. I have also shown corona warriors including asha workers, doctors and others as 'god'," said art teacher.

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6 suffer burn injuries after boiler pipe explosion in Surat dyeing factory [Video]

6 suffer burn injuries after boiler pipe explosion in Surat dyeing factory

At least six people suffered burn injuries after boiler pipe burst in dyeing factory in Surat. Two of the workers suffered critical burn injuries in the incident. Incident occurred at factory located in Surat's Palsana area.

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Chennai Chennai Metropolis in Tamil Nadu, India

Transgender group in Chennai holds 'Avoid Fear: Corona Awareness Rally' [Video]

Transgender group in Chennai holds 'Avoid Fear: Corona Awareness Rally'

Members of the transgender community and Chennai Corporation volunteers held 'Avoid Fear: Corona Awareness Rally' in Chennai's Tondiarpet Nethaji Nagar market area on July 11. They held door-to-door campaign and spreading awareness. Southern state Tamil Nadu is among the worst affected states with 1,30,261 confirmed COVID cases.

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Moderate rainfall expected in Tamil Nadu in next 48 hours: IMD [Video]

Moderate rainfall expected in Tamil Nadu in next 48 hours: IMD

Informing about the weather update, Deputy Director General of Meteorology, IMD (Chennai) Dr S Balachandran, said moderate rainfall is expected in next 48 hours in Tamil Nadu. "During last 24 hours, fairly widespread rainfall occurred over Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry region. Next 48 hours over Tamil Nadu light to moderate rainfall is expected. "While, North Tamil Nadu and some interior districts of TN will receive heavy rains," he added.

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Ecstasy pill variants 'Frosch' and 'Lamborghini' worth Rs 16 lakh seized in Chennai

On suspicion of containing narcotic substances, Chennai Air Customs had detained two postal parcels which arrived from the Netherlands.
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Hyderabad Hyderabad Capital of Telangana, India

COVID: Hyderabad entrepreneur develops software to track availability of beds [Video]

COVID: Hyderabad entrepreneur develops software to track availability of beds

Hyderabad-based entrepreneur Arun Varma, has developed 'covidbedavailability.in', a software to help COVID-19 patients to locate hospitals with bed availability. He said, "This solution is designed for Govt to run their war rooms, control rooms and hospitals." Objective behind the development was to help patients to easily access information. A total of 32,224 confirmed cases have been recorded in Telangana so far.

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Kanpur encounter: Reminiscent of gunning down of four accused in Hyderabad vet's rape & murder case

The killing of gangster Vikas Dubey and some of his henchmen in a series of alleged encounters in Uttar Pradesh is reminiscent of a similar incident here in..
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Demolition of old Telangana Secretariat begins after HC order [Video]

Demolition of old Telangana Secretariat begins after HC order

Following the High Court decision clearing the way for the construction of the new Secretariat of Telangana government, the demolition of the old Secretariat complex began in Hyderabad. The demolition process started after the Telangana High Court rebuffed PILs challenging the K Chandrashekar Rao government's decision to build a new secretariat complex. BJP has been opposing the state government's decision on making the new secretariat. The TRS on the other hand has dismissed the criticism, while also accusing the BJP of politicizing the issue.

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