On the one hand, people revel in the joy of bringing Lord Ganesha home. On the other, many mourn the crass commercialisation that has invaded this popular festival, causing deep sorrow to many Ganesha bhakts. Ganesh Chaturthi no longer has the power that Lokmanya Tilak had seen in it way back in 1893 -- the power of bringing people together. This, say 83-year-old Vinaysheela Govilkar and 19-year-old Arnav Thakker, is the festival's biggest tragedy. Text: Paloma Sharma/Rediff.com, Sonil ... Rediff.com, 5 hours ago
MUMBAI: A bench of justices V M Kanade and P D Kode at the Bombay high court on Tuesday said that in public interest litigation in certain cases it could consider asking the petitioner deposit Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh to establish their bona fides. ...Times of India, 6 days ago
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