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Australia's advertising watchdog says ad, which showed Lord Ganesha eating lamb, violated code

Lord Ganesha meat ad breached advertising standard code: Watchdog

Australia's advertising watchdog ruled that the controversial Lord Ganesha ad violated the advertising code. NEW DELHI: In a U-turn, Australia's advertising watchdog on Wednesday ruled that controversial advertisement featuring Lord Ganesha and other ... Zee News, 15 hours ago

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When Lord Ganesha was issued admit card by a Bihar university

Patna : In a surprising turn of events, Lord Ganesha has been issued an admit card by a university in Bihar and if everything goes smooth then he will write the examination on behalf of an undergraduate commerce student. The Lalit Narayan Mithila University ...
 Sify1 month ago Bizarre! Admit card for Lord Ganesha in Bihar University  Zee News1 month ago Bihar University: Lord Ganesha 'to write' commerce exam, Ganpati picture on admit card  DNA1 month ago Lord Ganesha to write 'commerce exam', issued admit card by a university in Bihar  Business Standard1 month ago

Amdavadis say goodbye to Lord Ganesha

Swine flu scare led to fewer people thronging to Sabarmati Riverfront on Anant Chaturdashi, the last day of the 10-day Ganesh festival. The number of idols immersed was less, too, this year just about 2,000 as compared to 2,800 last year. “The number of ...
 DNA2 months ago Curtains come down on 12-day Ganeshotsav in Maharashtra  Prokerala2 months ago Ganesh Chaturthi: Mumbai bids adieu to Lord Ganesha  Sify2 months ago 40,000 cops, drones, to keep an eye on Mumbai for Ganesh visarjan  Rediff.com2 months ago

Ganesha advertisement: Indian government lodges complaint over controversial lamb meat commercial

In a video advertisement released by MLA recently, Lord Ganesha along with other religious figures is found to be 'toasting lamb'.
 DNA2 months ago India complains over 'offensive' Australian lamb commercial  Zee News2 months ago India complains over 'offensive' Australian lamb commercial  Deccan Herald2 months ago

India takes up Ganesha ad issue with Australia

India today took up with Australia the issue of a recent advertisement which features Lord Ganesha and other divinities promoting consumption of lamb meat and demanded its withdrawal. The advertisement was released on Monday by the Meat and Livestock ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Australian firm MLA portrays Lord Ganesha in meat ad; `hurt` Hindus seek withdrawal  Zee News2 months ago Australia's Hindu community upset over Ganesha ad  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Ganesha Chaturthi: Ford India's unique Lord Ganesha made of auto spare parts

On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, Ford celebrated with a unique installation of Lord Ganesha which was made from auto spare parts.The 6.5 feet installation was unveiled by General Manager, Sales of Ford India, Saurabh Makhija.Created by artist Madhvi ...
 Business Standard2 months ago AbRam praying to Lord Ganesha is the sweetest thing you will see today! - News  Glamsham2 months ago JUDWAA 2 song: 'Suno Ganpati Bappa' is most likely to annoy Lord Ganesha!  Glamsham2 months ago
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Lord Ganesha to appear for exam? University in Bihar prints god's photo on student's admit card

Krishna Kumar Roy, a first year B Com (Hons) student at the prestigious Lalit Narayan Mithila University in Darbhanga was shocked to see image of Lord Ganesha on the admit card when he went to the university to collect it today. The admit card was issued by ...
 India Today1 month ago When Lord Ganesha was to appear for B Com exam in place of Krishan  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Urvashi Rautela, Madhuri share Ganpati pictures

Bollywood welcomed Lord Ganesha into their home and shared pictures on Instagram. Take a look: Madhuri Dixit shows off her Ganpati, and posts, 'I want to wish you all a Happy Ganesh Chaturthi. This is my favourite holiday festival. I look forward to Ganesha bringing us peace, prosperity and happiness in the world.' Shraddha Kapoor posts a picture of her family and posts, 'When Ganpatti Bappa graces us.. and the whole family gets together.. in this photo though quite a few are missing' ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago PIX: Tamannaah, Tiger, Govinda welcome Lord Ganesha  Rediff.com2 months ago Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: Celebrities welcome the Lord of good luck and fortune  DNA2 months ago

Kapoor men Ranbir, Rishi, Randhir bid adieu to Lord Ganesha - News

Kapoor men Ranbir, Rishi, Randhir bid adieu to Lord Ganesha September 6, 2017 6:19:38 PM IST By Glamsham Editorial Ganpati festival concluded on a grand note and Bollywood celebs also participated with full gusto. As is known that RK Studios have been ...
 Glamsham2 months ago PIX: Ranbir-Rishi say goodbye to Ganpati  Rediff.com2 months ago

Australian Hindus stage protest against meat advertisement featuring Lord Ganesha

[Australia], Sep 24 (ANI): Hindus in Australia staged protests in the major cities on Sunday to express their anguish about objectionable portrayal of Lord Ganesha in advertisement by a livestock farmers' lobbying organisation in the country. People in huge ...
 Sify1 month ago Australian Hindus stage protest over lamb for Ganesha commercial  DNA1 month ago
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