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    Gandhigiri Act: What does it take to fill potholes? 12 good men

    Mumbai: Despite their frustration with potholed roads, residents of Ambarnath and Badlapur decided to take the high road and in an act of ‘Gandhigiri’, instead of protesting, proceeded to fill the potholes. Mahesh Apte from Badlapur took the lead, rallying supporters to the cause on social media. Huge, crater-like potholes had cropped up on roads in this area after heavy showers, threatening the life and limb of residents using these routes. After

  • Ujjain: Akhil Bharatiya Brahman mahila samaj members take out rally to oppose SC/ST Act

    Akhil Bharatiya Brahman Community women members along with several other community members organised a vehicle rally on Tuesday evening to oppose the recently amended SC/ST Act.Organiser Mamta Bhargava and Nisha Tripathi informed that government has passed draconian law of Atrocity Act which undermines the rights of the general category population.

  • BJP chief Amit Shah rally gets nod after he dares Mamata Banerjee to arrest him

    Kolkata: Upping the ante, a combative BJP president Amit Shah has said he will definitely hold a rally in Kolkata on August 11 and dared the state government to arrest him, after his party leaders claimed that the local police had not yet given permission for the event.

  • AAP gathers crowd for rally in Haryana by allegedly promising money and food to labourers

    Haryana: Aam Aadmi Party has been accused by the daily labourers for not giving the promised money and food for attending their rally in Hisar, Haryana on Sunday. The labourers claimed that they were told that they would get Rs. 350 and food for attending the Aam Aadmi Party’s political rally. However, after the rally got over the party workers did not attend the labourers who asked for their money and food.

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    Bhopal: 24 Sindhi panchayats to take out rally on Feb 4 to press 7-point demands

    Bhopal: At the national level our leader LK Advani has been pushed into the oblivion and in the state, the members of the community have been reduced to the status of second class citizens, said Sindhi Central panchayat president and former Vidhan Sabha principal secretary B D Israni.

  • Mumbai: Shoe thrown at Asaduddin Owaisi while addressing a rally at Nagpada

    Mumbai/Aurangabad: A shoe was thrown at AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi while he was addressing a rally at Nagpada on Tuesday, the MP however remained unhurt. “I am willing to lay down my life for my democratic rights. These are all frustrated people who cannot see the government decision on triple talaq has not been accepted by masses in general and muslims in particular,” Owaisi told PTI.

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    Indore: Rally, skit mark St Raphael’s awareness campaign

    Indore: Students of St Raphael’s Higher Secondary School from class X section C organised a special assembly in school to express their solidarity with the millions of people living with HIV worldwide on World Aids Day on Friday. Developing correct understanding of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), students discussed the subject in detail with Sister Mary Stella and Sister Ganga Rawat. Representing Vishwas organisation, Mary chatted with students about various misconception concerning acquired

  • Mumbai: Congress and MNS clash at Dadar over hawker’s issue

    Mumbai: The Mumbai Congress unit on Wednesday organised a Feriwala Sanman march in support of hawkers. They also registered their anger against the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) party workers. However, before the rally could begin from Dadar Nakshatra mall, the Congress-MNS face-off led to major chaos as both parties shouted slogans against each other. This prompted MNS party workers to throw potatoes at Congress party workers.

  • Mumbai: BMC to provide toilets, medicines for Maratha Kranti Morcha

    Mumbai: After organising several protest marches since 2016, the Maratha community would now be taking out its biggest-ever protest rally in Mumbai on August 9. The Maratha Kranti Morcha was formed last year by a number of organisations from the Marathi community. Hence, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is taking all measures regarding the demands made by the various associations for it like giving water, medical facility and providing mobile toilets.

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    Talk to government before holding rally: State revenue minister to Maratha leaders

    Mumbai: State revenue minister Chandrakant Patil on Tuesday appealed to the leaders of Maratha community to discuss their pending issues with the government before holding the rally which they have planned. “The government has taken decisions on most of their demands….We have revised eligibility for economically backward class for the benefit of students by raising annual family income ceiling to Rs 6 lakh from Rs 5 lakh,” he said.

  • Indore: Samvida Health Workers Union holds rally

    Dewas: Under the guidance of Indian Employees Union, the members of Samvida Health Workers’ Union organised a rally and chartered their five-point demand letter to the district collector addressed to CM Chouhan.

  • BMC Elections: CM Devendra Fadnavis holds first rally for BJP campaign

    Mumbai: In his first rally to campaign for the civic polls, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday began by hitting out at alliance partner Shiv Sena. Without naming Uddhav Thackeray, the Sena president, Fadnavis indulged in a clothed attack. “Some people feel it is not an election campaign rally but an entertainment show. I don’t blame him. It is not his mistake, he is being guided by his expert team.”

  • Bhopal: Doctors take out rally on World AIDS Day

    BHOPAL: A rally was taken out from Gandhi Medical College to raise public awareness on community medicine and HIV on International HIV-AIDS Day on Thursday.

  • Will rally from Pune to Mumbai: Trupti Desai.

    Expressing satisfaction to the decision taken by the Supreme Court, woman’s activist Trupti Desai has planned a huge rally right from Pune to Mumbai. Speaking about her plans, Desai said, “The SC has given four weeks time to the Trust to implement the HC’s order, so we have started our preparations to visit the historic dargah and thank Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari for showering blessings on us so that we can fight for