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About 11 results for "uttarakhand diwali"

Uttarakhand hills will soon come alive with sounds of classica...

beautiful hill areas of Uttarakhand, there are certain traditions which are extremely unique and closely related to the way life has been lived by the hill folk for centuries. When the entire country has celebrated and is done with Diwali, ... New Delhi Pioneer, 2 months ago
Indian Express

Widows from Varanasi ashrams break tradition, celebrate Holi

Widows celebrate Holi at Assi Ghat in Varanasi on Friday. (Source: Express Photo) More than a hundred widows living as recluse in several ashrams of Varanasi broke the centuries-old ban on them to celebrate Holi as part of an event organised by the ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Yogendra Yadav steps up AAP's activities in Haryana

A day after Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal described the plans of some AAP leaders to contest elections in other states as ahamkar (pride) and stressed that he wanted to devote himself to serving Delhi, the Aam Aadmi Party held a meeting, ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago

VIP culture in BJP responsible for its rout in Delhi polls

ex-pracharaks of RSS from Avadh Prant during their meeting with Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday blamed VIP culture in top BJP leaders and sangh functionaries as the root cause of party's debacle in Delhi assembly elections.Several ex-pracharaks ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago
Livemint.com

Himachal's pine nuts be dammed

Pinus gerardiana, known as chilgoza, is a pine that is native to the north-western Himalayas, growing at elevations between 1,800 metres and 3,350 metres. In India, it is only found in Kinnaur. Photo: Bahar Dutt Remember those boxes of dry fruits ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Savemax To Spend Rs 300 Crore On Expansion

E-commerce is growing in popularity in some areas of retail such as fashion and apparel, but traditional stores continue to expand on the back of food and household products. Savemax, a wholesale retailer ...
 Businessworld India1 month ago Savemax To Raise Rs 300 Crore  Businessworld India1 month ago

Hidden gems of hinterland

As people travel to known destinations across the country, there are several places that lie unnoticed in the back lanes of public memory. Mark this year with an exploration of lesser-known holiday spots and offbeat experiences ranging from ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
Times of India

2015 to be a vacationer's dream

NEW DELHI: Incorrigible vacationers, rejoice. This could be the year of 'chhota breaks' for you as 2015 has a string of three and four-day weekends spread through the year. In fact, a little bit of planning and strategic leaving-taking could yield ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Travel Trends Today

CSR: Merging business with humanity

By Maansi Sharma, Dec 18, 2014 The tourism and hospitality industry has entered a new phase in recent years one where priority is given to conservation and community upliftment alongside building business and fuelling footfall. At the recently ...
 Travel Trends Today2 months ago

Dhanshika on the attack

84 kids among 104 killed in Pakistan school attack (Third Lead) | Sensex ends 538 points down; Bank stocks crash (Second Lead) | Sensex plunges 400 points; Bank stocks crash | Two killed, 18 injured as terrorists storm Pakistan school | BCCI rule ...
 Chennai Online2 months ago
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