Articles tagged under: JN Singh

Situation returning quickly towards normalcy, so far 431 arrests in 54 cases: Chief Secretary on violence against Non-Gujaratis

October 08, 2018
Situation returning quickly towards normalcy, so far 431 arrests in 54 cases: Chief Secretary on violence against Non-Gujaratis

Gandhinagar: Chief Secretary J N Singh today held a meeting with all the district collectors and SPs via video conference in the wake of the incidents of attacks on north Indians. DGP, Law secretary and Revenue Secretary were also present in the meeting. Later talking to newsmen he said that in the last 48 hours no big incident has taken place and the whole episode was now in waning phase. He informed that so far a total of 431 hooligans have been booked in co...Read More

‘Gujarat Chief Minister would like to visit Hyogo province festival in Japan in September’

June 26, 2018
‘Gujarat Chief Minister would like to visit Hyogo province festival in Japan in September’

Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani who left for 6-day Israel tour today in his first foreign visit may next visit Japan in the month of September this year. Chief Secretary Dr. JN Singh speaking at a function at Ahmedabad Management Association(AMA) here today evening said the Chief Minister would like to visit Hyogo province in Japan to attend a festival there in the month of September. Speaking in felicitation function of Indian Ambassador to Japan Mr. Sujan Chinoy, the Chief S...Read More

Chief Secretary visits Surat Dream City site; Savani says bourse project to complete in 30 months

June 23, 2018
Chief Secretary visits Surat Dream City site; Savani says bourse project to complete in 30 months

Surat: Chief Secretary Dr. JN Singh visited the construction site for Surat Dream City (Diamond Research and Mercantile City Ltd) and watched presentation to review the progress of the project. According to Mathur Savani who is associated with this project right from its conception stage, the project of international diamond bourse which is part of Dream city will be completed in next 30-month period. It will include 9 towers, each 16 storey high. Savani said the project so far has consumed 1...Read More

90 % works of Jal Abhiyan either completed or under process: Chief Secretary

May 18, 2018
90 % works of Jal Abhiyan either completed or under process: Chief Secretary

Gandhinagar: Sujalam Sufalam Jal Abhiyaan (SSJA) has taken a form of ‘Jan Abhiyaan’ (Citizens’ campaign). The self generated cooperation and partnership from the voluntary organizations and common mass of people into the SSJA has geared it up into the ‘Mission Mode’, said Dr. J. N. Singh, Chief Secretary of the state, in a statement. Giving further details of the SSJA, Dr. Singh stated that under the SSJA a large scale cleaning and deepening works in lakes, rivers, canals, and o...Read More

Gujarat Chief Secretary visits Sardar Sarovar dam again, says no worry for drinking water supply

February 21, 2018
Gujarat Chief Secretary visits Sardar Sarovar dam again, says no worry for drinking water supply

Kevadiya (Gujarat): In his second visit to Sardar Sarovar Dam in Kevadiya of Narmada district amid concerns over its continuously lowering water level, Chief Secretary J N Singh today took stock of the actual situation here. Later talking to newsmen he said that though the water level in the all important dam was in fact low yet there won't be any issue with drinking water supply. He said that after the lowering of water level below the minimum mark of 110.6 meter, ...Read More

Chief Secretary visits Narmada dam, says water level low but no issue in drinking water supply

February 13, 2018

Narmada: Chief Secretary J N Singh today visited Sardar Sarovar Dam in Kevadiya of Narmada district after which he said that the water level in the all important dam was in fact low. He, however, said that despite it there won't be any dearth of drinking water for people of Gujarat. Talking to newsmen Singh said that though there won't be any supply for irrigation of summer crops, the drinking water supply would remain as usual. The water from irrigation tunnels w...Read More

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