September 9, 2022: Residents of Siddhivinayak Society, organizers of the Bal Gopal Mitra Mandal in Vile Parle East, gathered today to bid a fond goodbye to their beloved Ganpati Bappa. Not for nothing is their idol known as the “Mumbai cha Peshwa”. In the first place, it is completely eco-friendly
Mumbai, September 7: Representatives and volunteers from 21 different women’s organisations gathered outside the General Post Office, CST yesterday to send 282 sheets of 8,320 signatures to the Chief Justice of India to demand that the remission of sentence granted to the 11 convicts in the Bilkis Bano case be
Mumbai, Sept 05: In the heart of the very Christian I.C Colony in Borivali, the wandering passerby stumbles upon a medium-sized pandal dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Situated on one-half of the road, yet fairly spacious, the 4-ft Ganpati gives off a distinct aura of its own: It is the biggest
Pet owners think the sky is the limit for their spoilt dogs and cats. PRANITA SAWANT Mumbai: According to Jude Rao (16), a resident of Andheri east, his pet Rottweiler Tyson starts his morning by brushing his teeth with his TRIXIE Double-Sided toothbrush from Heads Up for Tails, loaded with
Mumbai: Certain crimes in the city’s K-East Ward, reflecting trends all over the country, have gone down during the pandemic. According to Sahar Police station’s Senior Inspector Sanjay Govilkar, who also handles Mumbai Airport Security, “There was a decline in theft, rash driving, and assault on women because of the
Vishwas Rajaram Suryavanshi, a 40-year-old small farmer from Dhule district in, Nashik, grows flowers, tomato, cucumber, and onion in his 5-acre farm. His income was about Rs 1lakh in 2019, before the Coronavirus. During the pandemic and the lockdown, however, he earned Rs 1.75 lakh, an increase of 75 percent.