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Among other companies, in May, Maruti Suzuki tied up with three firms for producing oxygen generators, and MG Motors partnered with a Gujarat-based firm to help with oxygen production.Why car production in India suffered during its Covid oxygen crisis|Niharika Sharma|July 5, 2021|Quartz
The company’s spiritual heart is now the town of Jamnagar, in the state of Gujarat—home to Reliance’s oil refinery complex, the largest in the world.If Reliance is serious about renewables, the era of oil is truly ending|Samanth Subramanian|June 24, 2021|Quartz
Some states—Kerala, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat—have agreed to give such students a priority, and two major cities, Mumbai and Bengaluru, have also started similar drives.India’s poorly planned vaccination drive is toying with students’ dreams to study abroad|Ananya Bhattacharya|June 2, 2021|Quartz
Two patients in a Gujarat hospital died because of oxygen shortages on Wednesday.'This Is Hell.' Prime Minister Modi's Failure to Lead Is Deepening India's COVID-19 Crisis|Rana Ayyub|April 23, 2021|Time
On April 1, the government in the western state of Gujarat shut down a couple of labs after it found that they were selling fake Covid-19 negative test results.The Covid-19 jugaad: Indians are using fake reports to travel and skip exams|Niharika Sharma|April 8, 2021|Quartz
A week after “donating” several old shirts, I was in a tiny Gujarat village called Vamka with a relief team.
I've seen fluorescent pants that women in Gujarat who wear only saris stare bemusedly at.
After the 2001 quake in Gujarat, I spent a week working there and losing count of the piles of discarded old clothes.
The BJP and friends have enough that taints them, in the killings in Mumbai in 1992–93 and Gujarat in 2002.
Like now, when the state of Gujarat is gearing up to vote in December.
The Gujarat Senate therefore counted the cost when it refused to bend before the storm.Freedom's Battle|Mahatma Gandhi
In Gujarat about half the grain area is under millets or maize in ordinary years.
In Gujarat and the arid plains of the south-east Punjab the renowned herds almost disappeared.
Mahmud, the last of the Tughlak dynasty, being defeated in a battle outside the walls of Delhi, fled into Gujarat.
The Tapti drains about 250 m. of country, and is, in a commercial point of view, the most useful of the Gujarat rivers.