Post Tagged with: "Makar Sankranti"

Organic farm market held in Sector 126, Noida

Organic farm market held in Sector 126, Noida

An organic farmer‘s market was held at Beejom farm in Sector 126 recently. Vegetables and fruits grown organically were put up for sale in the market. Handicrafts made by Beejom self-help group and goods to encourage sustainable living and zero waste lifestyles were also at display at the market. The […]

Class 10 girl raped by school director in Andhra

Class 10 girl raped by school director in Andhra

VIJAYAWADA: In a shocking incident, a class 10 student was allegedly raped by a private school director at town here in . The incident took place before Sankranti holidays and came to light on late Sunday night after her parents lodged a complaint with the local police. According to Inkollu […]

NGO sets up 100-bed hospital at Kumbh mela site

NGO sets up 100-bed hospital at Kumbh mela site

ALLAHABAD: NGO (NSS) has set up a spiritual and surgical camp at the ongoing , along with an artificial limb development unit. Prashant Agarwal, President of Narayan Seva Sansthan, speaking to reporters here on Thursday said senior surgeon Amar Singh Chundawat‘s team will be measuring differently-abled individuals for making customised […]

Debris-laden dumper topples, crushes Thane bizman in car

Debris-laden dumper topples, crushes Thane bizman in car

MUMBAI: A 30-year-old businessman from Thane was crushed to death after a rubble-laden dumper toppled onto his car on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway on . The businessman, Sumit Patil (30), who got married a year ago, had gone to Bhayander to meet relatives to distribute ‘til gul‘ a day after . […]

Dumper topples, crushes Thane bizman in car

Dumper topples, crushes Thane bizman in car

MUMBAI: A 30-year-old businessman from Thane was crushed to death after a rubble-laden dumper toppled onto his car on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway on . The businessman, Sumit Patil (30), who got married a year ago, had gone to Bhayander to meet relatives to distribute ‘til gul‘ a day after . […]