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US Ambassador Kathleen Stephens visits 'Gandhi Ashram'

US Ambassador (Chargé d'Affaires) to India Kathleen Stephens, who was on a Gujarat visit, today visited 'Gandhi Ashram' here. She visited many places in the 'ashram' including 'Hridaya Kunj' in the morning. She also tried her hands at the 'charkha' ..., 3 weeks ago
Gujarat Governor O P Kohli visits Sabarmati Ashram Business Standard India, 2 months ago

Capital connect: DUAC green-signal for Kalindi Kunj bypass

Summary PWD should explore the possibility of making the entire stretch exclusively an elevated corridor. The Kalindi Kunj bypass project, which is expected to provide relief to commuters travelling between Delhi and Faridabad, has been given ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Idol immersion brings traffic to a standstill

NEW DELHI: Traffic in the city was held to ransom on Monday evening after thousands of devotees turned up to immerse Ganesha idols in the Yamuna. Despite having information that more than a thousand Ganpati idols will be immersed, the government ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Indian Express

Ganesh visarjan throws traffic out of gear in city

A procession heads to the Yamuna for Ganesh visarjan on Monday. (Source: Express photo by Amit Mehra) Traffic was thrown out of gear on Monday as hundreds of devotees headed to the Yamuna to immerse idols of Ganesha on the eve of Ganpati ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Traffic crawls on DND, arterial roads in Delhi, Noida

NEW DELHI/NOIDA: Heavy rains lashed the NCR on Thursday afternoon, bringing much relief to people from the sultry heat. However, the heavy downpour led to waterlogging at several low-lying areas and underpasses. Several trees were also uprooted. A ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Rain brings relief to Delhi after dry patch

Sheets of rain poured down in Delhi, ending a 10-day dry patch and bringing down the temperatures on Thursday. The Safdarjung station, which is considered the official observatory for Delhi, 6.4 mm of rain was recorded during the day. The rain ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Strife-scarred Mexicans do ahimsa wave for healing

AHMEDABAD: Mahatma Gandhi's message of non-violence is now making its presence felt even in the blood-spattered streets of Mexican cities and towns. One such city is Monterrey which, 10 years back, used to be one of the safest places in the country.
 Times of India3 weeks ago

A life of its own

The National Gandhi Museum, a storehouse of original belongings of Mahatma Gandhi, has many aces up its sleeve Like always this time too I will commence with my observations about the visitors a museum gets — for what is a public space without ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
Times of India

Vrindavan widows thread their way into society

VRINDAVAN: The widows of Vrindavan, long ostracized and excluded from festivities, took another small step to reclaim their space in society by publicly celebrating Rakhi (Rakshabandhan) here on Saturday, even as a few of them prepared to meet ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Millennium Post

Delhi Govt Lodges 35 FIRs Over Illegal Sale of LPG Cylinders

Cracking down on illegal sale of LPG cylinders in the national capital, the Delhi government today seized 60 cylinders and lodged 35 FIRs against offenders. The action was taken during raids carried out by the Department of Food Supplies and ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
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