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Tag: Junagadh

Junagadh Uni. has discovered a new variety of groundnut which has 16 p...

Gandhinagar, 9 December 2020 Scientists at Junagadh Agricultural University in Gujarat have discovered a new variety of groundnut that can be sown in the monsoon. Gujarat is recommended for groundnut 41 (GG 41) cultivation. Its production is 2722 kg per hectare. Which gives 16 percent higher yield than other varieties. Presently GG 11 variety give...

Gujarat’s unique 107- Village area of ​​Ghed, rare agricultural ...

Gandhinagar, 10 october 2020 There are 107 villages in the Ghed area of ​​Porbandar and 7 taluks of Junagadh. In which 28 villages of 3 taluks of Junagadh district fall under Ghed. Junagadh district was one 24 years ago. There are 11 villages of Keshod, 4 villages of Manavadar and 13 villages of Mangrol. All the villages are situated on hills. B...

Girnar ropeway project work in completion phase

The project to connect Girnar, the highest mountain in the state, by rope-way was started in 2017. The Girnarrop-Way operation is currently in the final stages. It may be mentioned that Junagadh ropeway will also be considered as an engineering marvel due to the complexity of the mountain.

Pakistan now says Junagadh, Kashmir-Ladakh are part of it, issues new ...

After the border dispute between India and Nepal, the way the Nepal government released the map of its country without negotiating and told the disputed areas, Pakistan has also started learning from it. Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan, during a meeting on Tuesday, has implemented a new map of the country and claims Laddakh, Siachen in Jammu a...

Power game of the saffron party, make cities bigger and gain power

Gandhinagar, 17 March 2020 The state's urban government has begun to consider expanding the boundaries of the 8 metros of Gujarat. The Urban Development Department is likely to issue a gazette notification. Before the elections of local self-government bodies in Gujarat in 2020, the BJP has adopted a political strategy to get more votes of the c...

Costs of environmental damage due to illegal mining in Gir-Somnath, Ju...

CV News/ Monday, May 06, 2019 The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Gujarat State Level Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA), Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) and the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) to assess Net Present Value (NPV) of limestone following illegal mining in Gir-Somnath and ...