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Shirdi Sai Trust, Chennai, has completed and handed over all the buildings and facilities of the Sai Ashram project to Shri Saibaba Sansthan, Shirdi...Kulkarni, Sansthan chairman, received the documents from K.V...Sasane, former chairman, who
Several Sansthan employees have links to outside businesses and they also facilitate 'darshan' of rich VIPs...Earlier, the Sansthan had banned using mobiles in temple premises, but employees and security men failed to maintain the ban, forcing it to
To speed up the procedure of identifying the infant, we got the picture of the infant kept at the shelter in Ahmednagar. When we showed the picture to the Naiks, they said it was not theirs, said Vikram Patil, senior inspector of Bhoiwada police
Chembur resident Mohan Nerurkar filed a criminal writ petition on the lax security set-up in government hospitals in the Bombay high court in 2009. It was turned into a public interest litigation and admitted in 2010, but the verdict is still awaited.
In the return direction, this train will leave Chennai at 2110 hours on every Tuesday between November 6 to 13 and will arrive at Visakhapatnam at 10.25hrs on the following days. Similarly the 02801/02802 Visakhapatnam-Sai Nagar-Shirdi- Visakhapatnam
Another devotee donated a 250 gram gold crown worth Rs 6 lakh. Over one and a half lakh devotees across the country visited the shrine yesterday, sources said. The puja began in the morning on the second day of Sai Baba Dusshera festival today.
The famed Sai temple here was Wednesday handed over one of the largest pilgrim accommodation facilities in India with a capacity to house 14,000 people. Sai Ashram, a state-of-the-art eco-friendly complex, is expected to be inaugurated by President
The festival is celebrated to mark Saibaba attaining 'maha samadhi' on the Dussehra day 93 years ago, Sai Baba Trust Executive Officer Kishore More said. The festivities began early morning with special 'aarti' followed by a procession from the
The Bombay High Court today stayed Shri Saibaba Sansthan's decision to put on auction gold, silver and diamond articles it received in offerings from devotees. The bidding for the offerings was to be held in three phases beginning October 18. The
Precious items offered by devotees at the Saibaba temple here will be put on auction this week. These include gold and silver crowns, statuettes, garlands, 'padukas' (sandals), necklaces, diamonds and precious stones. Saibaba, Maharashtra's most