Gulf Times - Ahmedabad
IndiGo extends "temporary halt' of  Thiruvananthapuram, Ahmedabad services

IndiGo extends "temporary halt' of Thiruvananthapuram, Ahmedabad services

India’s leading private airline IndiGo has extended “temporary suspension” of its direct services from Doha to Thiruvananthapuram and Ahmedabad until October 26.

IndiGo temporarily halts non-stop services to Thiruvananthapuram, Ahmedabad

IndiGo temporarily halts non-stop services to Thiruvananthapuram, Ahmedabad

India’s leading private airline IndiGo has decided to temporarily halt direct services from Doha to Thiruvananthapuram and Ahmedabad from May 1, citing “commercial viability” reasons.

IndiGo to begin flights from Doha to Kerala capital from October

IndiGo to begin flights from Doha to Kerala capital from October

IndiGo already flies to six Indian destinations from Doha; Kochi, Kozhikode (both Kerala), Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and New Delhi.

Up to 10 feared trapped after building in India collapses

Up to 10 feared trapped after building in India collapses

Four people were rescued from the debris of the nearly two-decade-old buildings in the area of Odhav in Ahmedabad's east.

Trudeau and family visit Gandhi ashram in Gujarat

Trudeau and family visit Gandhi ashram in Gujarat

The Canadian first family tried their hand at spinning cotton on a traditional wheel at the Sabarmati Ashram. Gandhi was a great believer in cottage industries like spinning and weaving khadi cotton cloth.

Rescuers on war footing as flooding hits Indian states

Rescuers on war footing as flooding hits Indian states

Floods and relentless rain in India's western state of Gujarat have killed at least 75 people and displaced over 25,000 over the past three weeks, officials said on Wednesday.

India starts building world's biggest stadium

India starts building world's biggest stadium

India has started building the world's biggest cricket stadium that will accommodate 110,000 spectators and cost around $100mn.

Pakistan barred from Kabaddi World Cup in India

Pakistan barred from Kabaddi World Cup in India

The 12-nation Kabaddi World Cup kicks off this week in India, with a row over a decision to bar arch-rivals Pakistan from competing, threatening to overshadow the tag-wrestling sport's showcase event.

Indian court convicts 24 over 2002 Gujarat riots massacre

Indian court convicts 24 over 2002 Gujarat riots massacre

An Indian court convicted two dozen people on Thursday over a massacre during religious riots 14 years ago when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was chief minister of Gujarat state.