MP couple abduct migrant worker’s one-year-old son

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A childless couple from Madhya Pradesh allegedly abducted a one-year-old son of another migrant labourer in Morbi whom they had befriended over the past few months.

Rajkot: Man kills his only daughter for relationship outside religion

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In a brutal case of honour killing, a 54-year-old man allegedly killed his only daughter as she insisted on marrying a man from the minority community on Thursday.

Twelve held from night liquor party in Rajkot

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Rain fury in Rajkot: 57-year-old electrocuted, 60 trees uprooted

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One person was electrocuted while over 60 trees were uprooted as rain accompanied by strong winds and thunderstorm lashed Rajkot city on Wedneday late night

Morbi beats global slowdown to clock highest-ever ceramic export

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Rajkot nurse accuses banker of rape

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A nurse from Rajkot, on Friday filed a complaint of a rape against a bank manager, who allegedly raped her multiple times on the promise of marriage and forced her to abort the pregnancy when she conceived.

Jamnagar: Religious preacher duped of Rs 29 lakh by sect ‘follower’

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A religious preacher in Jamnagar’s Khijadia temple was allegedly duped of Rs 28 lakh from one of the followers of his Pranami sector by luring him to invest in the mutual fund of a private bank.

Gujarat: Covid bites into salaries, teachers regain crunch by making snacks

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Aroma of fresh gathiyas and puris is unmissable while driving through Sanathal Road in Morbi town. But search for a farsan shop and there’s none nearby. But following the whiff and you are straight led to the most unusual place to cook fried snacks in bulk - a school’s kitchen with the chefs being 10-odd teachers of the primary section.

‘Massive ghee adulteration can’t be ruled out’

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Gujarat: Leopard enters house in a bid to escape people, rescued

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Panic struck Kodiya village in Gir Gadhda taluka of Gir Somnath district on Friday night when an adult male leopard in a bid to escape from villagers entered the house of a farmer. It took forest officers over two hours to rescue the 10-year-old leopard that had earlier killed an animal in the village.

Mosquito breeding found at 90 premises in Rajkot

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UAVs, 3D laser scanners covered in Gujarat police manual

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The latest police manual brought out by Gujarat police has decided to do away with the age-old measuring tapes for crime scene documentation and replace them with three dimensional (3D) laser scanners for serious crimes. If the manual draft is approved by the home department, each police station will be given one 3D laser scanner.

Temples around Somnath to close for 4 days

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Fresh wet spell brings cheer to worried kharif farmers

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Gujarat: Car jack used to steal 600kg safe

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Call it desperation for money or simply addiction to break-ins! But four burglars did not think about possible injuries to themselves when they stole a safe weighing nearly 600 kg from an auto garage, took it to a nearby field and then hammered it for hours to steal the cash from it.

Gujarat adds 1,034 Covid-19 cases, 27 deaths in 24 hours

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Gujarat in 24 hours ending 5pm on Thursday added 1,034 new Covid-19 positive cases, taking the total to 67,811. It was 16th consecutive day for the state to record 1,000-plus daily cases.

24 hours: 1,101 coronavirus cases, 23 deaths in Gujarat

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Gujarat in 24 hours ending 5pm on Saturday recorded 1,101 Covid-19 cases, taking the tally to 69,986. The state touched the 1,100-plus daily cases level again after five days. The cases included 226 from Surat, 158 from Ahmedabad, 113 from Vadodara, and 93 from Rajkot.

Inter-state casting pipes thieves’ gang busted in Rajkot, 15 nabbed

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Sparkle of luck for diamond polisher in Gujarat swept away in flood

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The vigorous monsoon over Saurashtra also showered some luck on this 45-yearold diamond polisher in Junagadh district after he was rescued from flooded natural drain after three hours.

Scolded for studies, girl ends life in Jamnagar

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A girl studying in Class XII ended her life at her home in Jamnagar on Wednesday night.

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