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Man hit with bricks succumbs to injuries

Nashik: A 36-year-old estate broker was allegedly stoned to death outside an empty police chowky in the busy Ravivar Peth area on Sunday evening in full public view by his friends. Swagat Chandrakant Kansara, a resident of Tambat lane, succumbed ... Times of India, 2 months ago
Times of India

First rain snaps power for hours

Nashik: The first good rain this monsoon left a big portion of the city in the dark since Sunday morning as the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) network tripped. Though the officials blamed falling of tree ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Pune Mirror

Heavy showers cause power cuts; trees fall

Several areas were waterlogged and part of a wada at Raviwar Peth collapsed Constant heavy showers came down on the parched city throughout Saturday night, much to Puneites' relief. However, the rain came as a mixed blessing, with waterlogging, ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago

16 Times Jalebis Were The Only Thing That Made Sense In The World

Everyone remembers that Dhara ad of the 90s, where the kid is mad happy screaming 'jalebiiiii'. And I'm not surprised at all. Because jalebis garner the same reaction till today. The twisted sweet is one of the most popular in the country and has ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago

Five water tankers and medicines at warkaris' disposal

Nashik: The Nashik Zilla Parishad (ZP) has provided five water tankers to thousands of warkaris, who started walking towards Pandharpur from Trimbakeshwar on Monday for the annual pilgrimage. Besides water tankers, medical teams of the ZP will also ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Nivrutti palkhi to continue centuries-old tradition

Nashik: It's that time of the year again when the devotees, or 'warkaris', head to Pandharpur for the annual pilgrimage. The Pandharpur 'wari' (pilgrimage) is the identity of Maharashtra. As part of the long-standing tradition, the devotees known ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Animal rights activists to protest today

Pune: Prominent animal rights activists from the city will march to Raviwar Peth police chowkey around 4pm on Sunday to protest against the unsatisfactory investigations into the acid attack on two stray dogs on May 29. On the night of May 29, ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Residents arrange farewell for postman who served for 36 years

NASHIK: His name is Haroon Allahuddin Sheikh, but very few know him by this name. Haroon is beloved 'Postman Kaka' for most of the residents of Ravivar Peth and Old City area in Nashik. After serving for 36 years in this area as postman, Sheikh who ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Desai alleges midnight mob attack on way to Kapaleshwar shrine

Nashik: Right-to-pray activist Trupti Desai has alleged that around 25-30 motorcycle-borne youths, armed with acid bottles and petrol bombs, attacked her when she and her companions tried to reach Kapaleshwar temple here on Thursday night. The ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Locked police posts dot Nashik

Nashik: Nearly 50% of the city police chowkies are locked for over two years for the want of sufficient number of personnel to be posted there, including the Malhar gate police chowky that has not been put to use for over a decade. On Sunday, a ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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