New Delhi, April 16 ( ANI ): Senior Congress leader, Digvijay Singh on Tuesday criticised the Gujarat state government for supporting the accused involved in the Godhra riots case.
What does GSG stand for?
GSG stands for Gujarat State Government (India)
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- Good Surgeon Guide (website)
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- Grand Strategy Game
- Grant Segment
- Grant Street Group (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Great Science for Girls (initiative)
- Grenzschutzgruppe (German: Border Protection Unit; anti-terrorist group)
- Gross System Group
- Gunslinger Girl (anime)
- Grenzschutzgruppe 9 (German Counter-Terrorist Unit)
- Georgia State Golf Association
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- Graduate Student Government Association (various universities)
- Grand Strand Golf Association
- Gulf Shores Golf Association (Gulf Shores, AL)
- Good Schools Guide Advisory Service (United Kingdom)
- Geological Survey of Great Britain
- Goldfish Society of Great Britain (est. 1948; UK)
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88 per cent after the Gujarat state government increased the VAT on cigarettes to 30 per cent from 25 per cent in the state government's 2014 budget presented on Wednesday.
MHI) has agreed with the Gujarat State government of India and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC) to collaborate in the development of an environmentally friendly Smart Community and signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on January 12 in India.
The Gujarat state government would hold a stake in the operating company and for the rest of the equity, private entities would be encouraged to come on board.
3/27/2009 5:07:17 PM A minister in India's Gujarat state government has been accused of leading a Hindu mob who attacked Muslims during riots in 2002, in which more than 1,000 people died.
Verma, who headed the NHRC during the Gujarat carnage: "It (Nanavati report) is not correct and, in fact, far from the truth that the Gujarat state government adhered to NHRC reports and recommendations.