The ninth edition of Times Green Ganesha culminated with an awards ceremony in Mumbai on Tuesday.
Bhubaneswar: The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to dig two more artificial pond near water reservoirs to prevent pollution of natural water bodies dur to pollution during idol
Kolhapur: Over 1,100 security personnel and 802 city police officials will be deployed to make sure that the Ganesh immersion procession is carried out smoothly on Thursday.
PUNE: Every Ganeshotsav, octogenarian Nana Puranik either stops stepping out of his apartment or goes out of the city to skirt the noise demon.
With the Ganapati Visarjan nearing, groups in Nashik are gearing for propagating the eco-friendly way of idol immersion.
The presence of harmful chemicals and toxic paints in the idols, environmentalists point out, poses a major threat to aquatic life.
Nagpur: The rules and regulations set by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) regarding environment-friendly celebration of Ganesh festival keep moving around on tables of different civic authori
NAVI MUMBAI: The city police is gearing up to implement Bombay high court's orders to curb noise pollution during the festivals, mainly till the last immersion day for Ganeshotsav.
Soman and his society members would go to Juhu Chowpatty to immerse the seven-day Ganpati every year
Nagpur: Immersion of idols of Lord Ganesh commenced on Tuesday.
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