News in Pics By Rons Bantwal — August 19

For Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (CN)

Mumbai, Aug 19:

Commercial sex workers tied 'rakhis' to actor Sameer Soni at Falkland Road to mark 'raksha bandhan' on Saturday, August 16.

Bad roads being repaired in spots at Masunda lake. The Dr Moose road was inspected by TMC mayor Smita Indulkar, and Eknath Shinde (MLA), along with TMC officials and contractor in Thane on Saturday, august 16.

Members of the queer community organized a protest rally from August Kranti Maidan to Girgaon Chowpatty demanding modification to Section 377 and for gender rights . Bollywood actress Celina Jaitley also participated.

Boys enjoying a coconut-breaking competition on the occasion of 'Narli Pournima', at Lalbaug in the metro.

Khetwadi 12th lane of Mumbai Ganaraj Seva Mandal carrying a 22-ft
Ganesha idol to the 'pandal' for the 'Chaturthi' festival, as part of its 60th year celebrations.

Veteran film actor Jackie Shroff hoisted the flag at beat number 3 in Bandra West, to mark flag India's 61st Independence day.  Children from the nearby municipal schools participated in the event. Shroff asked everyone to take some time out of their busy lifestyle in the metro to remember the nation's martyrs.

Adhunik-Stree Vikas Pratishthan organized a 'rakshabandhan' celebration at Electric House, Colaba, in the city. Women's activists tied 'rakhis' to BEST staff.


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