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Durga Puja/ Navratri/ Dussehra

No Onions During Navratri: Trolls to Kangana Ranaut

Apr 20, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Soon after the actress posted a picture of her plate, she was flooded with comments on what to eat during Navratri

Sale Of Meat Allowed During Navratri In Jammu After Civic Body U-Turn

Apr 12, 2021 Tarun Upadhyay

The JMC on April 7 issued an order to close down slaughter houses and meat shops selling both jhatka and halal meat during Navratri.

Diljit Dosanjh-Shehnaaz Gill Starrer Punjabi Film 'Honsla Rakh' To Release This Dussehra

The main leads of the film, Diljit and Shehnaaz shared some unseen pictures from the film set and also shared the release date

Winters, Festivities May Dampen Success Against Covid-19: Harsh Vardhan

Nov 09, 2020 PTI

Health Minister discusses rising cases, low testing and high mortality in nine states and other districts.

Calcutta High Court Bans Firecrackers On Kali Puja

The court directed that the ban will also be in force during Jagaddhatri Puja, Chhath, and Kartik Puja.

01 November, 2020

With No Diwali Melas This Year, Organisers And Artisans Count Their Losses


Dampened festive spirits and no Diwali Melas amid coronavirus fear pose a livelihood crisis for hundreds of craftspersons.

27 October, 2020

Man Dies Of Bullet Injury During Idol Immersion In Bihar’s Munger On Poll-Eve


Parties condemn Munger incident which also leaves over two dozen injured.

26 October, 2020

Durga Puja: Autumn Of Hope Turns Into Season Of Despair

Anjana Basu

A Puja during Covid, of court bans and thin crowds

25 October, 2020

Despite Low Key Dussehra, Kullu Deity Pledges Protection

Ashwani Sharma

The usually crowded, colourful and chaotic rath yatra of Lord Raghunath was a low-key symbolic ritual this year due to pandemic restrictions

25 October, 2020

CM Adityanath Performs 'Kanya Pujan' At Gorakhnath Temple


Kanya Pujan is a symbol of the tradition of Sanatan Dharma of respecting Matrishakti (women): Yogi Adityanath

25 October, 2020

Sangola: A Maharashtra Village Where Ravan Is Honoured On The Occasion Of Dussehra


While the villagers believe in Lord Ram, they also have faith in Ravan and don't burn his effigies on Dussehra, a local said.

24 October, 2020

Coronavirus Shadows Darken Dussehra, Leaves Ravana Effigy Business On Last Legs


This year, only three or four effigy makers are working on a few under-construction puppets

24 October, 2020

A Walk With Ray's Apu On Streets Of Kolkata This Durga Puja


Three puja committees pay tribute to filmmaker Satyajit Ray with a themed celebration

23 October, 2020

Bijoya Dashmi Gathering Will Not Take Place At Mamata's Residence This Year: TMC


On immersion day, Bengalis exchange greetings with sweets

23 October, 2020

People Should Respect And Empower Womenfolk: says Kovind in Durga Puja greetings


In these difficult times, we can overcome any crisis confronting us if we stand united: President

22 October, 2020

Covid-19 Scare, Calcutta High Court Order Keep Puja Revellers indoors


Heavy rain warning for next two days adds to pandal-hoppers' woes

22 October, 2020

IndiGo Celebrates Durga Puja At Six Airports, Staff Dresses In Traditional Attires


Special Bengali food menu has been introduced as part of 6E tiffin, which will be available exclusively on flights from Kolkata for travel dates between Oct 21 to 27 Oct

21 October, 2020

Durga Puja: TMC Upset With High Court Ban On Pandal Entry

Outlook Correspondent

Pandemic-fatigued young crowd wanted to have fun, says Mamata aide Firhad Hakim.

Photo Gallery

An artist dacorates an idol of Goddess Durga ahead of Durga Puja festival at Kumartuly in Kolkata.

PTI Photo

Union Minister of State for Environment, Forest & Climate Change Ashwini Kumar Choubey feeds a giraffe during his visit to Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden, in Guwahati.

PTI Photo

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addresses a press conference in Haldwani. AAP's Chief Ministerial candidate for Uttarakhand election Col. Ajay Kothiyal is also seen.

PTI Photo

A woman falls from her bicycle 'Pedal For Peace (Cycle Race)-2021' organized by Jammu and Kashmir Police on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar in the wee hours of Sunday.

PTI Photo

Police personnel stop devotees during a procession on the last day of Ganesh Chaturthi, at Lalbaugh in Mumbai.

PTI Photo/Kunal Patil

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