Devotees Take Holy Dip at Banganga on ‘Sarvapitri Amavasya’

By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)
Mumbai, Sep 18:

Devotees take the holy dip at Banganga, here on the occasion of ‘Sarvapitri Amavasya’ on Friday September 18.

Sunil Gavaskar presents ‘Castrol Lifetime Achievement in Cricket’ award to former cricketer Gundappa Viswanath here on Thursday September 17.

Saraswat Bank honours Dr Chandrashekar Shenoy, playwright and director of Kannada play ‘Nandadeep’ which has been featured in the Limca Book, and comedy artiste Kamalaksha Saraf, during the Bank’s foundation day celebrations, held at Damodar Hall, here recently.

Chemtech Foundation announces ‘Shipping, Marine, and Ports World Expo 2010’, in a glittering function at Taj Mahal Hotel, which was attended by the who’s who of the shipping, marine, and ports industry.  Governor S C Jamir was the chief guest on the occasion, and felicitated outstanding stalwarts of the maritime industries.

Metropolitan DCP Sunil Paraskar displayed the drugs and narcotics seized, during the press conference held at CP’s office here on Thursday September 18.

Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with team manager Anurag Thakur, addresses a press conference on the eve of the team’s departure to South Africa for Champions Trophy on Thursday September 17.


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