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5 days left for Ganesh Utsav, most city mandals await BMC nod

With five days remaining to go for Ganesh Chaturthi, organisers of city Ganpati mandaps have claimed that they are yet to get permission to erect pandals, from the civic body. According to mandap organisers, it was decided last year that permissions would be ... Business Standard, 2 days ago

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DNA, 1 month ago

Uddhav Thackeray strikes with a straight bat for Ganesh utsav in silence zones

Uddhav questioned the lack of action against loudspeakers put up on masjids
 DNA1 month ago

Mumbai's popular Ganesha idol maker Vijay Khatu dead

Mumbais famous Ganesha idol maker, Vijay Khatu, is no more. Khatu passed away following a massive heart attack. He was in his fifties. Khatu had his workshop in Parel that makes hundreds of Ganesha idols. His death comes barely a month ahead of Ganesh utsav ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Keep Ganesh fest hushed in silent zones: Mumbai NGO writes to PM

Anti-noise pollution activists have raised a strong objection against Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis's plans to relax noise pollution norms for the Ganesh utsav festival in silence zones.
 DNA1 month ago

He's back! First look at Mumbai's Lalbaugcha Raja

Standing tall at 18 feet, Mumbai's most famous Ganpati -- the Lalbaugcha Raja is here.  IMAGE: Artist Santosh Kambli designs the Lalbaugcha Raja idol. We have to say, he's a beauty, isn't he? Photograph: Satish Bodas/ He’s back! Mumbai’s most famous Sarvajanik Ganpatis, Lalbaugcha Raja, was unveiled on Monday just days ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival.   Founded in 1934, the Lalbaugcha Raja is celebrating 84 years and is popular as ‘one who ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Heavy rain lashes Maharashtra as monsoon revives

Heavy rain lashed the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and elsewhere in Maharashtra, including the rain-starved Marathwada region that was heading towards drought. Being a Sunday, the affect was not felt much on the road and rail transport; however, since it ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

I-Day: PM Modi speaks about triple talaq, Kashmir, remains silent on China

Delivering his Independence Day address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chose to play it safe. He was particularly cautious in not mentioning either China or Pakistan, despite deteriorating ties with both countries. Instead, PM Modi seemed more focused on the ...
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71st Independence Day: Sweets exchanged at Wagah-Attari border

On the occasion of India's 71st Independence Day, sweets were exchanged at Wagah-Attari border on 15 August, between BSF first line of defense and Pak Rangers. This year also marks the 75th anniversary of the 'Quit India Movement', 100th anniversary of the ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Baba Ramdev unfurls 100 ft tricolour

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has hoisted a 100 ft tricolor, on 15 August at Patanjali Yogpeeth here. India is celebrating its 71st Independence Day this year. This year also marks the 75th anniversary of the ' Quit India Movement', 100th anniversary of the ' ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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