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    Ganpati festival, heavy rainfall reasons for delayed results: Mumbai University informs Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: Mumbai University has come up with some new reasons that it claims to have ‘further’ delayed the declaration of results. On Thursday, the University blamed the ongoing Ganpati festival and the heavy downpour for the deferment in announcing the results. The varsity informed the Bombay High Court that results of only some faculty is pending and the picture in this regard would be clear on September 6.

  • Mumbai: Rains impact festival season business

    Mumbai: As the sun came out of the clouds (on Wednesday morning), so did the people of the city. Many businesses left behind losses caused by the lashing rains and went on to eye profits that will flow in due to on-going Ganpati festival and upcoming Bakr Eid ul-Adha.

  • OMG! This Mumbai mandal’s Ganesha is made from 1,00,101 agarbattis 

    Mumbai: In this current scenario where people, as well as municipal corporations, are advising Ganesh mandals to keep eco-friendly Ganesha idol, Makba Chawl Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal in Byculla West has made a mark with their creative and unique form of Bappas every year. This year Makba Chawl Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal has kept Ganesha idol which is made of 1,00,101 agarbattis. Though the idol is made of plaster of Paris (PoP) the mandal

  • Bhopal: Utsav samitis, BMC work in unison to maintain cleanliness during Ganesh Utsav

    Bhopal: Most Ganesh Utsav Samitis as well as people in the city have installed eco-friendly Ganesha idols this year. They are also paying more attention to cleanliness. But there are some old samitis incluing Shree Dholgyaras Samaroh Samiti, Peepal Chowk and Shree Navyuvak Ganesh Utsav Samiti, Jehangirabad who have been installing eco-friendly idol for past 71 and 55 years respectively. Some samitis also focus on the height of idol. Not only samitis

  • Shweta shares her unique bond with Lord Ganesha!

    Actor Shweta Rohira is all set to celebrate Ganpati festival this year. The actor says that she has always worshipped Lord Ganesha and understands the significance of these festive days. However, very few know that Shweta shares a peculiar bond with the deity “I think our relationship started the day I was born, it was the last day of Ganpati. The band music and ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya’ are the words that were

  • Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: Bollywood celebs attend Mukesh Ambani’s Ganpati Puja

    Mumbai: Business tycoon Mukesh Ambani and his wife Nita Ambani hosted a Ganesh Puja on Friday night at their Mumbai residence to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi. The businessman had invited many Bollywood celebs on this auspicious occasion. And no wonder, if Mr. Ambani invites anyone then there will be hardly any Bollywood star who won’t come to his house.

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    Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: August 2016 order on silence zones to prevail, says Bombay HC

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday cleared the air over the “silence zones” issue and said its August 2016 ruling would continue to operate for the upcoming Ganpati festival. This comes after the government submitted that there are no “silence zones” in the city. Wednesday’s HC observation means that no loudspeakers or equipment for loud noise would be allowed in the silence zones during the celebrations this year.

  • ‘Daddy’ song ‘Aala Re Aala Ganesha’ is a treat for Ganpati devotees. Watch it

    Arjun Rampal’s much-awaited film Daddy’s new song Aala Re Aala Ganesha has finally out and as expected the song is a treat for the Ganpati devotees on this year’s Ganpati festival. The song gives a feeling of the 90s where we have seen many Ganpati songs with much drama and action. And just like that, this song too gives a feeling of old music of the 90s with that much bhakti and

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    BJP MLA Ram Kadam files complaint against Kapil Sharma

    Mumbai: BJP’s MLA Ram Kadam filed a complaint against stand up comedian Kapil Sharma in the Cyber Cell of Mumbai Crime Branch on Friday after the latter put out a tweet claiming that he was asked to cough up Rs. 5 lakh for construction work in his office.

  • Festive rush: WR to run extra trains

    Mumbai: The Western Railways has decided to run some extra special trains during Ganpati Festival between Ahmedabad-Karmali- Ahmedabad on account of clearing the overcrowded rush of passengers. The Ganesh Festival season every year witnesses a lot of rush of passengers since a lot of people visit their hometown during this auspicious event.  This decision of the railway authorities may bring smiles to a lot of faces as passengers are hassled over the