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Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to start conservation work for the 17th century Sundarnarayan Temple

Nashik, May 8, 2017: The conservation work for the 17th century Sundarnarayan Temple will soon be initiated by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). In July...

Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) launches Indian Chamber of Commerce in New York

New York, May 8, 2017:G Indian Chamber of Commerce (GICC) has been launched in New York, USA by the Global Organization of People of...

May 1 is Maharashtra Day: Far from Maharashtra, Marathi Language, Culture and Traditions alive in Australia

Mumbai, April 30, 2017: A group of migrant Maharashtrians, separated by some 10,000 km of oceans and nations, have joined hands to keep Marathi...

6 Indian States and their special Dishes that will leave you hungry for more!

April 23, 2017: India consists of many cultures under one roof and each and every culture fills the air of this nation with the beautiful...

Maharashtra to soon initiate Pension Scheme for the Journalists, says CM Fadnavis

Mumbai, April 11, 2017: Maharashtra to soon initiate pension scheme for the journalists, as declared by the CM Devendra Fadnavis in the Legislative council of...

Why there is need for good Home-care Health System in Rural Areas?

Maharashtra, March 30, 2017: Last month, my mother, who is 92, fell in the bathroom and broke her pelvic bone. I live in the...

Remembering India’s First Woman Teacher Savitribai Phule on her 186th birthday

January 3, 2017: Savitribai Jyotirao Phule was born on 3 January 1831 in Maharashtra's Naigaon. She was the eldest daughter of Lakshmi and Khandoji Neveshe...

Maharashtra Legal Metrology Department slaps Cigarette Retailers with 33 Cases for selling imported Cigarettes without Mandatory Declarations

Mumbai, November 6, 2016: The Maharashtra Legal Metrology Department on Sunday said it has registered 33 new cases against retailers for selling imported cigarettes without...

This year 600 children died of malnutrition in Palghar: So what? says Maharashtra’s Tribal Welfare Minister

Videos of Maharashtra's Tribal Welfare Minister Vishnu Savra's encounter with the tribals of Palghar went viral on the social media Savra alleged that some...

Indian Jews: The Minority Community retains its unique Religious Identity for 2,000 Years

The Indian Jews is an ancient and sparse community and was given the official minority status by the Maharashtra state government on June...

Man prays to Elephant-headed Deity, Ganesha to stop frequent Jumbo deaths in Coimbatore

Recently, there have been consecutive deaths of elephants in the Nilgiris and other surrounding areas of Coimbatore Vikas Muntot, a resident of Coimbatore,...

Ritual or Barbaric Tradition? The Inhumane custom of Baby-Dropping in Karnataka

Different parts of India have different cultures and practice numerous rituals  In Maharashtra and Karnataka, there is the ritual of throwing a baby...

Maharashtra Drought Crisis: Shrikant Jadhav of Junnar finds an alternative to counter the problem

Due to summer, this year, many of the rivers in India like the Krishna, Cauvery and many others have dried up As the...

Ramchandra Chintaman Dhere: Renowned Marathi litterateur and Folk Scholar passes away

Dr Dhere is  the winner of prestigious Sahitya Akademi award in 1987 His book on Lord Vitthal is still considered to be one of...

Battle for Life: India’s First Harlequin Baby dies after 48-hour struggle in Nagpur

Newborn babies affected with harlequin ichthyosis are covered with plates of thick skin that crack and split apart This rare condition occurs if...

Exclusive: Success and Failure are nothing but an illusion for actor Pankaj Jha 

NewsGram presents an exclusive tête-à-tête with the cast and crew of this year’s National Award winning Maithili film, Mithila Makhaan. In the third part...

‘Khatna’ or Female Genital Mutilation : A barbarism allowed in the name of Religion and Tradition

“When I got it done for my daughter, I did it because it was  a custom to be followed“ said Sophie Johari to a...

ISIS threatens to attack India in its latest video

May 20, 2016: A 22-minute video released on Friday has sounded alarm in the Indian subcontinent with a well known Indian face of Abu...

Social Boycott is now Banned in Maharashtra

By Aakash Jakhar An age-old practice of village councils to obtrude "social boycott" that repudiate people for flouting tradition, has been quashed by the government...

Nashik’s sacred pond dries for the first time in 130 years

Water scarcity in Maharashtra has left Nashik's sacred Ramkund pond dry for the first time in 130 years. Thousands of pilgrims expected to converge in...

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