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Pro-AAP vlogger Dhruv Rathee makes an insensitive remark on death of an eight-year-old girl, ‘liberals’ rejoice

Rathi used the news of the child's death to mock Hindus who were opposing the arbitrary ban on firecrackers on Diwali.

Yogi to rescue: Orders immediate release of firecrackers trader manhandled by police, sends senior officials with sweets to meet daughter

Amid the firecrackers ban during Diwali in some districts of Uttar Pradesh, the state police started a drive to take action against illegal sales of the firecrackers.

After 500 years, Lord Ram’s Janmabhoomi lights up on Diwali: Yogi govt illuminate Ayodhya with 6,06,569 diyas

Uttar Pradesh government has prepared a website where virtual lamps can be lit by devotees to celebrate Diwali in Ayodhya

Ayodhya’s grand Deepotsav finds spot in the Guinness Book of World Records

UP CM Yogi Adityanath, who had earlier declared the ceremony as a state event, personally supervised the arrangements for days

The legacy of Tipu Sultan: Here is why Mandyam Iyengars of Karnataka observe Diwali as a day of mourning

It was on this day more than 2 centuries ago when Tipu Sultan massacred close to 800 Mandyam Iyengar men, women and children in cold blood in the town of Melkote.

Yogi government grants ‘state fair’ status to Ayodhya’s Deepotsav, approves Rs 1.33 crore budget

The three-day Deepotsav is celebrated in Ayodhya during Diwali. The city is decorated with lights and artists are invited from all over the nation to display their art.

Do you fly pollution-free planes? Fireworks company ‘thrashes’ SpiceJet’s ‘No-crackers Diwali’ banner

The festival of lights, Diwali, will be celebrated in India on 27th October this year.

A year after Supreme Court judgement, union government launches eco-friendly green crackers ahead of Diwali

The Union Minister announced that Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) labs have been successful in developing various environment-friendly fireworks such as sound-emitting crackers, flowerpots, pencils, chakkar and sparklers.

NYC’s Empire State building shines bright orange to celebrate Diwali

In August, the iconic building was lit up with the Indian tricolour to mark Independence Day.

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