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Pilgrims may be allowed to take holy dip in Ramkund before sadhus

NASHIK: Pilgrims visiting Nashik for Kumbh Mela might get a chance to take a dip in Ramkund even before the Shahi Snan of sadhus during the coming Kumbh Mela. A senior official in the Kumbh Mela cell said the administration was mulling the ... Times of India, 1 month ago

Laying of underground cables around Ramkund to begin soon

NASHIK: The work on laying underground power cables around Ramkund and Kannamwar bridge to ensure hazard-free movement of people during the Kumh Mela is set to start in April and will be completed in the same month. The commissionerate of police ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Flag hoisting at Simhastha Kumbh on July 14

The flag hoisting ceremony, or Dhwajrohan, for the Simhastha Kumbha Mela will be held on July 14 at 6.16 am at Ramkund. The flag hoisting represents the official start of the Simhastha, while the first Parvani (auspicious day) bath will be held on August 29.
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

Ramkund festival on March 19

STATE TIMES NEWS MENDHAR: The celebration of ‘Ramkund Mela’ will be held in the historical Ramkund Temple, situated in Mankote the extreme border of Tehsil Mendhar on 19th March, 2015. A meeting of Managing Committee of Bajrang Dal was held under ...
 State Times1 month ago

Govt notice to two new police stations awaited

NASHIK: The police in the city are yet to receive any government notification on the two new police stations at Mumbai Naka and Mharsool, which were proposed keeping in mind the Kumbh Mela beginning July 14. Sources in the police department said a ...
 Times of India6 days ago

20k people to get disaster mgmt training in Nashik

NASHIK: A two-day workshop on public health preparedness response and medical management began at Vasantrao Pawar medical college here on Monday. The workshop aims to train over 400 officials from administration departments and medicine for disaster ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Mumbai Mirror

12-yr-old saves drowning child, felicit... 12-yr-old saves drowning child, felicitated

By Alka Dhupkar The Malabar Hill police on Sunday felicitated a 12-year-old boy for saving a drowning nine-year-old on Saturday. Krishna Pashte was drowning in Banganga when Mohit Mahendra Dalvi dived in and brought her back to safety. Pashte, a ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago

Installation of CCTVs begins at last

NASHIK: After months of deliberations and discussions, the city police have finally initiated the installation of the CCTV cameras for the Kumbh Mela through a private agency whose contract was finalised only just recently. The police expect to ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Expect better Kumbh from govt: Swami Adhokshjanand

NASHIK: Uttaradhipati Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Adhokshjanand Devtirath, who claims himself to be the Shankaracharya of Govardhan Math, Puri, said they expected better Kumbh Mela this time with a "Hindu" government in the state, referring to ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

30-km barriers to seal gaps on roads

NASHIK: The city police have proposed to barricade certain spots along certain key routes to seal the gaps through which vehicles could sneak onto the roads. Vehicles will not be permitted on these routes used by pilgrims to walk till the river ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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