As restriction-free Diwali returns to Mumbai post-pandemic, political parties try to woo voters
“Look, look, sir, there is smoke coming out of that factory. Isn’t this a cause of climate change,” asked a curious student who, along with 39 others, is part of the Climate Action Project, an international six-week-long initiative that allows students to collaborate on an environmental topic and learn the causes and effects of climate change. Students involved in the project are from classes 6 and 7.
On Saturday night, the lanes of Zaveri Bazaar were teeming with a huge crowd as people made a beeline for buying gold and jewellery to make sure they didn't miss out on Dhanteras that guarantees fortune throughout the year. “I have been coming here for the past 49 years. I make sure that I buy coins on the day of Dhanteras, "said Suresh Jain, a 59-year-old Virar resident.
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) suspended its Women Wing on Oct 11 as both of them had diagonally opposite views on the Hijab issue, which started from protests in Karnataka and later reached the Supreme Court. Talking to The Free Press Journal, Dr Asma Zehra–who was the Women Wing's Convenor–revealed how the difference over the Hijab issue led to the suspension.
In the city, there have been more and more reports of monkey sightings at railway stations along the forest edge. Some of them have even been reported in locations with less local greenery. They were observed in locations like Chembur Railway Station, Chunabhatti Station, and King's Circle, where some passengers were seen feeding the animals while others stayed away out of fear. Rail authorities warned travellers to stop feeding the animals.
On October 22, a Ferrari rammed into the railing on the road in Bandra on Saturday night. As per the reports, the car was damaged, but it did not hit any other vehicle.
Uddhav Thackeray reaches Aurangabad. He is touring the flood hit areas.
Uddhav Thackeray met farmers whose crops were damaged by rains and floods in Aurangabad district, Marathwada.
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Traffic Movement is Slow at Linking road bandra due to pedestrian from Diwali festival shopping.
Traffic Movement is Slow at Kohinoor junction , Hanuman Mandir , Kabutarkhana, both bound heavy due to pedestrian Diwali festival shopping.
Traffic Movement is slow at Bhavani Shankar road and NC kelkar road both bound heavy due to pedestrian Diwali festival shopping.
Traffic Movement is slow at Linking road bandra due to pedestrian from Diwali festival shopping.
Shinde camp & BJP take a dig at Uddhav Thackeray visit to rain affected Aurangabad and Pandharpur
Barely few hours after Shiv Sena Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray chief Mr Uddhav Thackeray’s visit to the rain hit Aurangabad and Pandharpur, the Balasahebanchi Shiv Sena spokesman and industry minister Mr Uday Samant in a statement addressed to the citizens of Maharashtra said the state government is committed to protect the interest of the farmers and provide necessary help.
Youth gets stabbed over getting teased by a girl’s name
A 22-year-old was stabbed in the stomach and chest by another youth related to a quarrel over being teased by a girl’s name on Friday at a bus stop in Versova. The victim survived the incident and the accused has been booked for attempt to murder.