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18 Ganpati devotees stung at Mumbai's Juhu beach during visarjan
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18 Ganpati devotees stung at Mumbai's Juhu beach during visarjan

Last year, nearly 60 people landed in hospital after they suffered stingray bites when they entered the sea at Girgaum Chowpatty to immerse their Ganpati idols. This year, 18 people at Juhu Beach had to be rushed to the hospital after they ... Mid Day, 1 week ago
19 devotees stung by jellyfish at Juhu beach Times of India, 1 week ago

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Ganpati immersions leave behind 2,033 metric tonnes of garbage

Around 700 children from 13 schools, as well as college students, volunteered to collect garbage from Juhu beach and Girgaum chowpatty. (Source: IR photo by Ganesh Shirsekar) Following the last day of Ganesh idols immersions on September 8, ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Worli, Juhu noisiest on seventh day of Ganpati

Besides the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB), which has been monitoring noise during the Ganesh festival this year, anti-noise pollution activists too have taken to the streets to measure levels on days of idol immersion. Awaaz Foundation, which ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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At Juhu beach for Ganpati visarjan? Your safety, your problem

By Shailesh Bhatia | Posted 2 hours ago Lofty, three-year-old promises to build three 20-foot tall watchtowers at Juhu remain unrealised; lifeguards can't spot people drowning in the waters This year, as you and thousands of other ...
 Mid Day1 week ago

Video: Aerial view of immersion as Mumbai says goodbye to Ganpati

Amid unprecedented security, the metropolis, which paid obeisance to Lord Ganesh for the last 11 days, bid adieu to the elephant-headed God by immersing thousands of his idols in the sea and artificial ponds, marking an end to Maharashtra's most ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Mumbai Says Goodbye to Ganpati  Outlook India1 week ago Mumbai says goodbye to Ganpati; waits for early return next yr  Business Standard India1 week ago Mumbai bids farewell to Ganpati; waits for early return next year  ABP Live1 week ago

Guarding City's Most Popular Ganpati

Border Security Force personnel, who were supposed to leave for election duty in Gujarat today, have received instructions from the Union Home Ministry not to leave the city until the last and most popular idol, Lalbaugcha Raja, is safely immersed ...
 NDTV1 week ago Guarding Mumbai's Most popular Ganpati, Lalbaugcha Raja  NDTV1 week ago Coast Guard to play guardian angels  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago

A Husain Ganpati is axed from show

MUMBAI: In the past, right-wing Hindutva organizations have taken issue with artist M F Husain's depictions of Indian deities, but recently, a guest of a swish five-star in Mumbai raised similar objections about a painting of Lord Ganesha in the ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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At an average of 90 decibels, city bids Ganpati a loud farewell

On the last day, 42,935 Ganesh idols were immersed, according to data available with the BMC. (Pradeep Kacharekar) This year, the city witnessed a noisy send-off for Ganpati, with noise levels reaching up to 99 decibels (dB) (peak) at Borivali on ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

People pitch in, help BMC clear beaches of 150 tons trash

MUMBAI: The day after Ganpati Visarjan, Mumbaikars, mostly students, helped civic workers remove 150 tons of disposed puja material and other waste from the city's beaches. Nevertheless, environmental experts have warned of toxicity at the beaches ...
 Times of India1 week ago

After the immersion, operation clean-up begins with devotion

Not everything the devotees consigned to the sea on Monday at the end of the 11-day Ganpati festival is retained, a lot of it is in fact comes washing up in the tide. Paloma Sharma/ speaks to the volunteers involved in the clean-up. Fifteen-year-old Kavya Panavalasa looks satisfied with her efforts as she dusts the sand off her neatly ironed red tee shirt. "We've been here since morning," she says. Kavya, a student of Vibgyor's Class X, is one of the bus loads of students helping the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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