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PM Modi unveils ‘world’s largest Bhagavad Gita’ at Delhi's ISKCON temple

Dubbed as the 'Astounding Bhagavad Gita', the giant scripture measures 2.8x2 metres and has been stated as the "largest principle sacred text ever to be printed," according to ISCKON.

Delhi: PM to unveil ‘world’s largest Bhagvad Gita’

As per ISKCON, the Bhagvad Gita is billed as the “world’s largest sacred book”.

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Mumbai: Man held for duping over 250 people

“A few victims also approached the Shivaji Park police, where a case on charges of cheating and forgery was registered on December 27. While we were on the lookout for Khanna, we were informed about his arrest by the Kashimira police,” added an officer.

SC to hear ISKCON plea for Rath Yatra at Shivaji Park

The bench pointed out that if Rath Yatra was allowed then plethora of similar requests would come up from other religious groups for use of Shivaji Park.

Women groups say enlisting ISKCON will leave many unemployed, seeks CM help

If the proposal is approved, BMC will find seven spots where centralized ISKCON kitchens can be built.

Mandals focus on social themes

Initiatives range from donations to Malin survivors to highlighting noise pollution.

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‘Chief accused lived in dharamshalas, temples in Delhi to evade arrest’

Garg had surrendered before the Crime Branch at the Thane court on Friday.

BMC wants contracts with NGOs scrapped

A check on 328 samples last year by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) revealed that 65 per cent of the midday meals were below the mandated calorie and protein intake.

Spiritual organisations redraw strategies to woo youth

In an era of cut throat competition,where youngsters are highly burdened,spiritual organisations in the city are going for a major makeover to address the growing needs of today’s youth.

Security beefed up for Vadodara rath yatra

The city police have installed around 40 CCTV cameras at various points along the route of the 31st Jagannath Rath Yatra scheduled on Thursday as part of their security arrangements for the religious yatra that is taken out every year by International Society for Krishna Consciousness.

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