It is official. Hockey Maharashtra (HM), which has been fighting for survival and has failed to meet the guidelines given by the Hockey India, has been been disaffiliated from the parent body. The decision was taken at a meeting between Hockey ... DNA India, 3 weeks ago
Five people, supposedly associated with Swabhiman Sanghatana an organisation-led by Maharashtras minister Narayan Ranes son Nitesh Rane were arrested by the MHB colony police for vandalising Goa bound tourist buses in Ganpat Patil Nagar in Borivli ...DNA India, 1 day ago Five Held for Alleged Vandalism in Protest of Rane's Arrest Outlook India, 2 days ago Five held in Mumbai for vandalising Goa-bound buses Press Trust of India, 2 days ago Five held in Mumbai for vandalizing Goa-bound buses Jagran Post, 1 day ago
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There's no doubt that cricket, like in the rest of India, is a religion in Navi Mumbai too. And while football, hockey and swimming are popular sports here, rifle shooting has also found many takers in the satellite city. "When I started shooting ...Times of India, 1 week ago
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Bharat Ratna: Does hockey legend late Dhyan Chand deserve it more than cricketing icon Sachin Tendulkar?
Who deserves the nation's highest honour more? Should it have been cricketing icon Sachin Tendukar, who was awarded the Bharat Ratna on Saturday, or hockey legend, the . Should the first sportsman to receive the award have been the little master of ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Who deserves Bharat Ratna?: Cricketing icon Sachin Tendulkar or the hockey legend Late Dhyan Chand? Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Our efforts have borne fruit: Ashok Kumar DNA India, 2 weeks ago Bharat Ratna row: Case filed against PM, Tendulkar Asian Age, 2 weeks ago
Mumbai: A senior worker with the film wing of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) who had allegedly led the violent protest on the sets of Raj Kundra's show at Filmalaya studio in Andheri (west) on October 26 attempted suicide in Goregaon (east) on ...Daily Bhaskar, 3 weeks ago MNS worker attempts suicide Asian Age, 4 weeks ago MNS party workers get bashed up, jailed later Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago Raj Kundra's studio vandalized, several injured News24online, 1 month ago
As Sachin Tendulkar is on the verge of retirement, Maharashtra State Government is planing a fitting farewell to the son of the soil. Even though the date and venue has not been decided, it appears to be a gala one to remember for years to come. A ...Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 2 weeks ago Diary: Highlight on Tendulkar's family Gulf News, 2 weeks ago Sachin Tendulkar's answer to Gulf News gets pride of place Gulf News, 2 weeks ago Sachin Tendulkar: Mumbai's most wanted man Gulf News, 3 weeks ago
Mumbai: Over 20 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena workers barged into the Filmalya studio in Andheri west on Saturday night armed with hockey sticks. They extorted, rioted and destroyed property there while Raj Kundra's show Super Fight League was being ...Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
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Aditya Thackeray may want Mumbai's shops and restaurants to remain open 24x7 but the Maharashtra government won't be okaying it in a hurry, says Neeta Kolhatkar. I’m glad I was a part of that Bombay (before she was renamed as Mumbai) when restaurants and eateries that catered to all kinds of pockets were open all night, when we could dance away the blues at discos till the wee hours and security concerns weren’t a sword that loomed above our heads; when the police wouldn’t ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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