Latest Gulf of Khambhat Stories
The low pressure system called System 98A was renamed tropical depression 1A over the weekend, and its strengthening was short-lived, just as it appears on NASA satellite imagery.
What was once a proud symbol of the French navy is now the biggest ship-recycling project ever undertaken in Europe.
AHMEDABAD: The state government and GE Healthcare signed an MoU for a public-private partnership model for the advancement of the medical technology in all teaching hospitals and medical colleges in the state.
Hitarth Pandya & Melvyn Thomas SURAT/BHAVNAGAR: Has global warming started wreaking havoc on Gujarat's winding coastline? A high tide in the Arabian Sea doesn't normally create panic.
By Rupam Jain Nair SURAT, India (Reuters) - Rescuers and residents used bulldozers and plastic buckets to clear debris and hunt for bodies on Saturday in a major commercial center in western India, one of the country's worst-hit areas during week-long floods.
By S. Radha Kumar HYDERABAD, India (Reuters) - Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was due to visit flood-affected areas in southern and western India on Friday, and tens of thousands were evacuated as another river threatened to burst its banks, officials said.
By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The sudden release of large quantities of water from several large dams has contributed to devastating floods in India which have killed over 350 people, and authorities must take some of the blame, critics said on Friday.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - Swollen rivers swamped thousands of villages and towns across India's south and west on Wednesday, forcing 4.5 million from their homes as rescuers struggled to bring them food and drinking water, officials said.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian panel has violated guidelines for ship-breaking laid down by India's Supreme Court by approving the scrapping of a controversial Norwegian cruise liner this week, an environmental alliance said on Thursday.
By Rupam Jain Nair SIYANI, India (Reuters) - With a big house, cattle and a healthy cotton crop, Indian farmer Praveen Jhala is considered the most eligible bachelor in the village, but with no water in his well he can't get a bride for love nor money.