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Nov 06, 2018
'Don't know how we'll manage': Facing drought, villagers in Maharashtra's Marathwada left scrounging for waterThis year, Marathwada received 534 millimeters of rain against the region average of 682.9 millimeters
Nov 04, 2018
'Two meals a day and water will be our Diwali,' say Marathwada farmers as drought turns festival of lights into low-key affairFor farmers in Marathwada region of Maharashtra, Diwali is a low-key affair with lack of jobs at farms and elsewhere, and drought adding to their despair after a low yield Kharif season
Oct 18, 2017
Celebrate Diwali this year with sensitivity towards animals, appeals NGOThe festival of lights calls for celebrations and merrymaking. Light diyas, burst crackers or party with family and friends, but do spare a thought for the animals and the birds that are as much a part of this society as we are.
Oct 27, 2016
Happy Diwali! Do you know why it is called the festival of lights?Diwali isn't just about food, fireworks and festivities. Learn more about the mythology that revolves around the festival of lights
Oct 24, 2014
Obama's Diwali message: Saal Mubarak to all those who celebrate the festival of lightsPresident Barack Obama has in video message wished a Happy Diwali and "Saal Mubarak" to all those who celebrate the festival of lights saying it was a reminder that light will ultimately prevail.
Oct 22, 2014
Photos: From lanterns to firecrackers, here is how Mumbai gears up for DiwaliHere is a look at the shopping frenzy that grips Mumbai during Diwali.
Nov 03, 2013
Photos: From the frontiers to courtyards, Diwali lights up IndiaIndians everywhere celebrate Diwali on Saturday and Sunday, lighting candles and lamps to herald the arrival of the goddess of wealth Lakshmi. Rangolis were made on courtyards and people, irrespective of age, were spotted bursting crackers.
Nov 13, 2012
Images: How multicultural Diwali is!Diwali is one of the occasions when the multicultural identity of India finds its expressions. Here are some pictures of celebration ahead of Diwali.
Oct 26, 2011
This Diwali, let the diyas burn brighterWe have turned into incorrigible whiners. Nothing satisfies us, nothing pleases us and there’s nothing that can make us laugh. It should change.
Oct 24, 2011
DIY Diwali: Cut the costs, not the cheerDown this Diwali? Money is tight. Inflation is up. And the Festival of Lights is never light on the pocket. But it doesn't have to burn a hole in them. Here are some handy tips about how you can have a Do It Yourself Diwali and still have tons of fun.