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Mumbai: Fire breaks out at 'Bigg Boss 15' set in Goregaon, no injuries reported

A fire broke out on the sets of the reality TV show 'Bigg Boss 15' in Goregaon at 1 pm. Four fire engines were rushed to the spot to douse the fire. As of now, no injury has been reported. A fire broke out at the set of the reality show Bigg Boss in Goregaon, Mumbai around 1 pm today. Four fire engines were rushed to the spot to put off the fire. No injuries were reported: BMC — ANI (@ANI) February 13, 2022 Further details are awaited. Recently, the Salman Khan starter reality show saw Tejasswi Prakash winning the 'Bigg Boss 15' competition.

16 October,2023 05:32 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
Peoples Union for Civil Liberties Maharashtra President, Mihir Desai, Pic/Twitter

PUCL urges Maha govt to take urgent steps to stop spread of hate speech

Country’s top human rights group, Peoples Union for Civil Liberties, on Saturday condemned the incidents of “communal violence” in Maharashtra’s Kolhapur on June 8, 2023 and the caste based killing of a Dalit youth in Nanded on June 2, 2023. In a statement the Maharashtra unit of PUCL Maharashtra expressed concern over the manner in which vested interests are spreading hate and inciting caste and communal violence with “impunity” in Maharashtra and demanded urgent action by the Maharashtra government and police authorities to restore peace and harmony in the state. “People’s Union of Civil Liberties (Maharashtra) is shocked and disturbed over the outbreak of communal violence in Kolhapur earlier this week and the killing of a Dalit youth in Nanded last week and strongly condemns the manner in which vested interests are stoking caste and communal conflicts in Maharashtra. These are just the latest in a series of incidents of violence against religious minorities, Dalits and Adivasis reported in the state,” it said in a statement. On June 2, 2023, Akshay Sharavan Bhalerao, a dalit youth and active member of a local Ambedkarite group, was stabbed to death by nine persons, as he had taken a leading role in organising a rally to celebrate Ambedkar Jayanti in Bhondar in Nanded district on April 30, 2023. Bhalerao, who had gone to a grocery store, was attacked by members of a marriage procession. On June 7, 2023, in Kolhapur, a large mob, mainly comprising youth owning allegiance to various pro-Hindutva organisations, had assembled at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Chowk in Kolhapur, in response to a bandh call by some groups, to protest social media posts that shared posters of the 17th Century Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and the 18th Century Mysore king Tipu Sultan, PUCL said in the statement. Also read: Mumbai drug bust: NCB nabs three from Dongri, seizes mephedrone worth Rs 50 cr Media reports quoting police officers state that these posters were allegedly displayed in an Urs procession of Dam Bara Hazari Baba dargah in Fakirwada area of Ahmednagar around 9.15 pm on June 4, 2023. Following the news of this incident, the Sakal Hindu Samaj took out a rally called the ‘Bhavya Bhagwa Morcha’ in Sangamner town in Ahmednagar. At the rally communal hate speech and calls to incite violence against Muslims were reportedly made. Stone pelting and the vandalising of vehicles was reported in Samnapur village of Sangamner.  Earlier, on May 28, 2023, a minor traffic issue in Sangamner had escalated into a communal clash. On May 15-16, 2023, violent clashes also took place in Akola and Shevgaon town in Ahmednagar, after a procession was taken out to mark the birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj. “It must be noted that divisive forces are making all attempts to break peoples’ unity. Indeed, barely two weeks ago, on May 24, 2023 the Tanpir Dargah or the Hajrat Peer Shahduddin Khattalshah Wali Dargah shrine at the historical Panhalgad Fort in Kolhapur district as vandalised by unidentified miscreants but local residents from both communities immediately came forward to repair the damage and ensure that peace prevails in the area. Indeed, the courageous efforts by citizens to preserve and protect the syncretic traditions of the region, known for the progressive values nurtured by Shahu Maharaj, must be encouraged and strengthened.” PUCL Maharashtra said it is gravely concerned at these repeated conflagrations following public meetings and morchas organised by hindutva organisations like the Sakal Hindu Samaj on divisive topics and spreading communal propaganda like love jihad, land jihad, alleging forced conversion and cow slaughter and calling for economic and social boycott of Muslims and violence. Despite court orders regulating these gatherings and directing police to act to prevent and prosecute hate speech, these organisations operate with impunity to provoke violence and instability. “The increasing incidents of violence are a fallout of the inaction of the police and state to prevent hate speech, prosecute offenders and ensure law and order in Maharashtra.” The statement drew attention to the unseemly and irresponsible remarks made in response to the incident by no less a person than Maharashtra’s Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, also in charge of Home Affairs, about “sons of Aurangzeb” who he said were trying to disrupt law and order. Not only do such remarks stereotype members of one community and further vitiate the atmosphere, but they also deflect from the real perpetrators of the violence. The need of the hour is a call for reason and calm, not for provocation and incitement, especially from those holding political office and power in the state. PUCL Maharashtra demanded protection for witnesses and a fast-track court hearing in the case of caste based killing of Akshay Bhalerao, and further demands that all measures be taken to ensure adequate protection and compensation to his family. “… calls upon the Maharashtra government to take immediate and urgent steps to stop the spread of hate speech and communal propaganda in Maharashtra and prosecute offenders of hate speech, including the arrest and prosecution of individuals making hateful and provocative speeches at the rallies organized by Sakal Hindu Samaj and related organisations.” In the statement, PUCL Maharashtra called upon the Maharashtra government to take speedy action against the main culprits of violence in all the incidents of communal violence, including the arrest of leaders of groups intent on fomenting trouble in the state and to exert all its efforts to restore and maintain peace and harmony in Maharashtra.”

11 August,2023 05:47 PM IST | Mumbai
While shopping for umbrellas, people forget the most important shield against Covid the mask, in Dadar. Pic/Ashish Raje

Mid-Day Premium Mandatory masking any day in Maharashtra now

The mask mandate is almost here! The state cabinet on Monday instructed the administration to ensure that people in the districts with rising Covid-19 cases wear the protective gear. It, however, asked not to penalise the violators. Mumbai, Thane, Palghar, Raigad and Pune are some of the places where the test positivity rate is high. Mumbai has been reporting the highest number of daily Coronavirus infections and has the highest number of active cases. The city is likely to see a further rise in the active caseload, as testing has been ramped up. Also read: KEM brings backs masks on hospital, campus Commuters, most of them without a mask, wait for a train at Borivli on Sunday. Pic/Nimesh Dave The cabinet reviewed the Covid-19 situation at its weekly meeting on Monday. Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said the new variant of novel Coronavirus was more contagious, and that proper measures should be taken to prevent the contagion. Emphasising on the need to follow Covid-appropriate behaviour, he spoke about a birthday bash thrown by filmmaker Karan Johar, which has proved to be a super spreader as many guests have tested positive. People shop for umbrellas and raincoats at Dadar market. File pic/Ashish Raje "The cabinet felt that the administration should ask people to wear masks and be strict, if necessary, but not penalise the violators. Mask is voluntary, yet we expect people to wear protective gear to contain the spread of the virus," Tope added. Sources said the mask mandate would be enforced any day now, because the hospitals have already made it compulsory. The operators of closed places have been asked to bring back the rule voluntarily. "If people don't follow the Covid-appropriate behaviour, the restriction, like masks, will be made official sooner or later, because the number of cases don't seem to be going down," said an official in the know of the developments. Rajesh Tope, health minister The State Covid Task Force has already asked people to ensure that masks are used in closed places, like hospitals, buses, trains, colleges, schools, offices, auditoriums and cinema halls. It may suggest extending the scope of mandate to open public places. The task force was scheduled to meet Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray later in the evening. 1,036No. of cases reported across the state on Monday

11 August,2023 03:48 PM IST | Mumbai | Dharmendra Jore
Mukesh Ambani made a rare public appearance after long on Sunday night with Nita Ambani for Radhika Merchant’s arangetram

Ambanis play hosts at future daughter-in-law Radhika Merchant’s arangetram

Sunday night saw the city’s influential and culturati meet at Jio World Centre, BKC, for the arangetram or ‘ascent to the stage’ of Radhika Merchant, Anant Ambani’s bride to be. Anant is Nita and Mukesh Ambani’s younger son. The guests turned up in their traditional best, personally welcomed by the Ambanis.  Radhika Merchant has trained in Bharatanatyam for eight years; (right) Mukesh and Anil Ambani display sibling camaraderie, a rare sight, as the extended family turned up to cheer Merchant  Trained under the tutelage of her guru, Ms Bhavana Thakar, Merchant has trained in the classical dance form of Bharatanatyam for eight years. This solo performance  marks her entry into the classical art world, characterised by guru-shishya parampara.  Now, there is something common between mother-in-law and future daughter-in-law. Nita Ambani is a trained Bharatanatyam dancer, too.  Also Read: Mukesh Ambani regains Asia's richest man tag, surpasses Gautam Adani Mukesh Ambani with son Akash, daughter-in-law Shloka and grandson Prithvi at the Jio World Centre, BKC, on Sunday. Pics/Ashish Rane Merchant’s performance started with the Pushpanjali to invoke the deities of the stage, god, guru and the audience, followed by Ganesh Vandana, the Allaripu, Shiva Panchakshara  and AstaRasa before the recital culminated with the Tillana.  Akash and Shloka Ambani with grandmother, Kokilaben; (right) Aaditya Thackeray with his brother Tejas and mother Rashmi

11 August,2023 01:20 PM IST | Mumbai | A Correspondent
Supriya Sule. Pic/Twitter

Every leader wants CM from his party: Supriya Sule on Dhananjay Munde's remarks

Days after NCP leader Dhananjay Munde suggested that the next chief minister of Maharashtra will be from their party, NCP MP Supriya Sule on Monday said every leader wants a CM from their party and there is "nothing new" about it. The NCP, headed by Sharad Pawar, is a key constituent of the Uddhav Thackeray-led ruling dispensation in Maharashtra, which also comprises the Shiv Sena and Congress. When some reporters here asked about Munde's remarks, Sule said every leader, worker or follower of a party wants a CM from their organisation and of the same ideology. "This is a common phenomenon, there is nothing new in it," she said. Also Read: Maharashtra BJP chief apologises for 'go home and cook' remark against Supriya Sule after women's panel notice To a query on the possibility of horse-trading for the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls from Maharashtra, she said such a thing was "unfortunate", and nominees for six seats from the state should have been elected unopposed without the need for a contest. The ruling MVA has fielded four candidates and the BJP has nominated three of its leaders for the June 10 Rajya Sabha polls to six seats from the state. Sule said some MVA members had met senior BJP leaders and requested them to find a way out (to avoid a contest for the Rajya Sabha seats). On speculations that some smaller allies of MVA may help the BJP's Rajya Sabha candidates , Sule said this issue should be taken seriously and the ruling alliance leaders should discuss it. She was also asked if NCP MLAs Anil Deshmukh and Nawab Malik, who are currently in jail, would be allowed to vote in the Rajya Sabha elections. "The two NCP leaders are in jail without doing anything wrong. We have faith in the judiciary and we believe that we will get justice. NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal is trying that both the leaders get an opportunity to vote." Asked about dismissed police officer Sachin Waze turning an approver in a corruption case against former state home minister Anil Deshmukh, Sule said, "The person (Waze), who himself is facing allegations is becoming a witness, and the person (Deshmukh) who has no allegations against him, his residence had been searched 109 times. "Have we seen something like this before? It is sort of a record," she said, claiming that central agencies were being "misused" by the Union government. On some alleged objectionable comments recently made by state BJP legislator Gopichand Padalkar against NCP chief Sharad Pawar, Sule quipped that people keep criticising him as "there cannot be a headline without criticising Sharad Pawar".  This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever.

11 August,2023 01:19 PM IST | Nagpur | PTI
A health worker collects a swab sample of a train traveller, at LTT, Kurla, on December 2, 2021. Pic/Sameer Markande

Covid-19 cases on the rise, but citizens unwilling to get tested

The rapid increase in COVID cases in the city over the past two weeks is yet to push citizens to go for tests. Despite clear instructions by civic chief I S Chahal to ramp up testing, BMC officials managed between 8,000 and 9,000 tests a day last week. As a result, the test positivity rate shot up to 11 per cent on Sunday, which saw 961 new infections. In February, when daily cases dropped below 700, over 35,000 tests were carried a day. At the peak of the third wave in January, daily tests in Mumbai topped 60,000. Most of the tests are now of air travellers and patients before surgeries. Also read: Covid-19: Mandatory masking any day in Maharashtra now Swab sample of a passenger being taken at Dadar, on February 16. Pic/Ashish Raje While Chahal had asked the civic staff to conduct about 30,000 tests every day, officials said it was tough considering that tests are no longer mandatory at public places like railway stations. As per the guidelines of the World Health Organization, a test positive rate or TPR of less than 5 shows adequate testing. For now, the ICMR has recommended testing symptomatic people.  “Earlier tests were mandatory before entering many public places. Now there isn’t any compulsion. So we can test only symptomatic patients coming to our dispensaries and close contacts of positive cases. Besides, it’s like an endemic situation and nobody looks at their symptoms seriously,” said Dr Shailendra Gujar, medical officer from E ward. Another civic official said earlier they tested people arriving at major railway stations, beaches and markets which pushed up testing numbers. “Now people ask us to show the rules of random testing,” said a source.  “Non-slum people test themselves and 96 per cent of cases are from towers. But symptomatic patients from slums who come to our dispensaries refuse to do testing as they think positive results would lead to at least seven days’ quarantine. Now, we instruct all the hospitals, private or civic, to do compulsory tests of respiratory syndrome patients,” said Dr Prajakta Ambedkar, medical officer of A ward. She said most cases don’t show COVID symptoms, while others have mild symptoms. “We don’t know what it will turn into in the future. The virus is comparatively new and there isn’t much study available. So we need to be cautious,” she added. 

11 August,2023 01:19 PM IST | Mumbai | Prajakta Kasale
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Rajya Sabha polls: Nawab Malik, Anil Deshmukh seek 1-day bail to cast vote

Maharashtra ministers Nawab Malik, and Anil Deshmukh, who are currently in jail following arrest in a money-laundering case, have approached a special court in Mumbai seeking bail for one day to cast vote in the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections. From Maharashtra, six Rajya Sabha seats are up for grabs. A special court in Mumbai, designated to hear cases related to the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, directed the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to file its affidavit to both the applications (Malik and Deshmukh) and posted them for further hearing on June 8. The polls are scheduled to take place on June 10. Malik was arrested by the ED on February 23 n connection with a money-laundering probe linked to the activities of fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim and his aides. The NCP leader in his application sought to be released on bail for a day on June 10. Malik in his plea claimed that he is an elected MLA and hence, is duty-bound to represent the residents of his constituency in electing a representative to the Rajya Sabha, and is also desirous to cast his vote in the aforesaid biennial elections. While the two NCP MLAS - Deshmukh and Malik- are currently in jail, one seat is lying vacant. Apart from the four main parties Shiv Sena, NCP, Congress and BJP, the Assembly has 25 MLAs from smaller parties and Independents. The effective election quota per candidate is 42. The BJP, which has 106 members in the House, has nominated Union minister Piyush Goyal, Anil Bonde and Dhananjay Mahadik. Also Read: Congress general secretary Ashish Deshmukh quits over ‘imported’ Rajya Sabha candidate Sharad Pawar's NCP has re-nominated former Union minister Praful Patel, while the Congress has fielded Imran Pratapgarhi. Sanjay Raut and Sanjay Pawar are nominees of the Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena. The electoral contest for the sixth Rajya Sabha seat lies between BJP's Dhananjay Mahadik and Sena's Sanjay Pawar. With inputs from PTI

11 August,2023 01:18 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
Nupur Sharma. Pic/Twitter

Maha Police summon Nupur Sharma on June 22 over remarks against Prophet

The Maharashtra Police summoned the suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma to appear before them on June 22 to record her statement in connection with her remarks against Prophet Muhammad, an official said. An FIR had been registered against Sharma by the Mumbra police in Thane district of Maharashtra following her remarks. Accordingly, Sharma has been summoned by the Mumbra police to record her statement before the investigating officer on June 22, an official said. The police have sent the summons to Sharma by email as well as speed post, mentioning details of the FIR registered against her, he said. The BJP had on Sunday suspended Sharma over her alleged insulting remarks against Prophet Muhammad that drew condemnation from several Islamic nations.The Pydonie police in Mumbai have also registered an FIR against her. Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey had on Monday said they will also summon Sharma to record her statement in connection with the FIR registered against her. The Mumbai Police had registered a case against Sharma on May 28 for allegedly making objectionable remarks against Prophet Muhammad during a television news debate. She was charged under Indian Penal Code Sections 295A (deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs), 153A (promoting enmity between groups) and 505(2) (statements conducing to public mischief), the police had said. Earlier today, the suspended BJP leader was given security by Delhi after an FIR was registered on a complaint that she was getting death threats after her controversial comments on a Television debate. The Bharatiya Janata Party on June 5 suspended Sharma from the party's primary membership. Also read: Suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma gets security after alleged death threats Member secretary of BJP's central disciplinary committee, Om Pathak in a letter to Sharma said, "You have expressed views contrary to the Party's position on various matters, which is in clear violation of Rule 10 (a) of constitution of the BJP. I have been directed to convey to you that pending further inquiry, you are suspended from the party and from your responsibilities/assignments if any, with immediate effect." Sharma on Sunday withdrew her statement by saying that "it was never her intention to hurt anyone's religious feelings", hours after the suspension. (With inputs from PTI)

11 August,2023 12:10 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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Mumbai: Ahead of RS polls, Sena shifts MLAs to Mumbai hotel to avoid poaching

Ahead of the June 10 Rajya Sabha polls, the ruling Shiv Sena in Maharashtra has decided to shift its MLAs from a resort in suburban Malad to a five-star hotel in south Mumbai as part of a strategy to ward off poaching, a senior party leader said on Tuesday. All legislators of the Shiv Sena have been summoned to Mumbai and they will stay together till the polls on June 10, he said. "We were in 'The Retreat' (at Madh island in northwest Mumbai) and all our ministers too were present there. That was part of our strategy. We will be moving to hotel 'The Trident' (in south Mumbai) today," Sena MLA and party spokesperson Sunil Prabhu said. The Trident hotel is stone's throw away from the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly where voting will take place for the six Rajya Sabha seats. The Sena has 55 MLAs (one MLA had died due to a heart attack last month) in the 288-member House. Chief Minister and Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Monday met the MLAs of his party as well as others supporting it. After more than two decades, the state will witness a contest in the Rajya Sabha polls as there are seven candidates in the fray for six seats. The Sena has fielded two candidates -- Sanjay Raut and Sanjay Pawar -- while the BJP has nominated Union minister Piyush Goyal, Anil Bonde and Dhananjay Mahadik. The NCP (Praful Patel) and Congress (Imran Pratapgarhi) have fielded one candidate each. Also read: MVA leaders should contact us if they want support for RS polls: Asaduddin Owaisi The contest lies for the sixth seat between Pawar and Mahadik. Given its strength in the Assembly, the BJP has enough votes to win two seats, while the Sena, NCP and Congress can win one seat each. The Sena (55), NCP (52) and Congress (44) -- all constituents of the Maha Vikas Aghadi-- have enough votes together to ensure the victory for the second candidate of the Sena. While two NCP MLAs, Anil Deshmukh and minister Nawab Malik, are currently in jail, one seat is lying vacant in the 288-member House. Apart from the four main parties, the Assembly has 25 MLAs from smaller parties and Independents. The Sena decided to corral its MLAs after accusing the opposition BJP of "horse-trading" and using Central agencies to pressure independent MLAs. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever.

11 August,2023 12:09 PM IST | Mumbai | PTI
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BMC gets over 200 objections after lottery draw for wards' reservation in polls

The Mumbai civic body has received 232 suggestions and objections after it drew a lottery for reservation of wards for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and general category seats for women for the forthcoming city municipal elections, officials said on Tuesday. Monday was the last day for citizens to submit their suggestions and objections in the matter. According to the officials, many people in their suggestions/objections expressed the view that reservation of some civic wards for women was "injustice" to male candidates. There were also demands for changing the reservation of some wards that are reserved for the general category women in the lottery draw. As per the lottery drawn last week without the Other Backwad Class (OBC) quota on the directions of the State Election Commission (SEC), 118 of the total 236 seats in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will be reserved for women. Eight of these seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates, one seat for Scheduled Tribes candidates and 109 for the general category. Also Read: Mumbai: Delay in BMC polls means delay in ward funds too Citizens were given time from June 1 and 6 for submitting suggestions and objections about the ward reservation. After compilation of all the suggestions and objections, the final ward reservations list will be published in the gazette on June 13, as per the lottery schedule earlier released by the SEC. The schedule for elections to the BMC and other municipal corporations is yet to be announced. According to civic officials, there is also a demand for reserving a civic ward for general category (instead of the Scheduled Castes), where there are around 5,000 SC community members out of the population of 54,000. There is also a demand for changing the reservation of a ward, having over 7,000 SC community members and has been reserved for the general category in the lottery draw, to Scheduled Castes. The officials also said that 94 of the 232 suggestions and objections about changing reservation of wards are similar in nature and only the names and addresses of the senders are different. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever.

11 August,2023 12:08 PM IST | Mumbai | PTI

Mid-Day Premium Horoscope today, January 19: Check astrological predictions for all zodiac signs

Do you know what the stars hold for you in terms of love life, career, business and personal wellness today? Well, read on to know your astrological predictions as per your zodiac sign for January 19. Aries   March 21 – April 20Being over enthusiastic about a trip overseas to meet family and friends may not turn out to be so great.Cosmic tip: Change your world before attempting to change the world. Taurus   April 21 – May 20One out of two wishes manifesting makes you happy. Make time for older family members. Health is good.Cosmic tip: Live your life no matter what age you happen to be.Gemini  May 21 – June 21Plan the day well in advance to deal with too many appointments. Maintain concentration and enthusiasm.Cosmic tip: Don’t get into an argument with someone who begins making personal statements. Cancer June 22 – July 23An opportunity allows using a creative idea, which is appreciated by the boss. Driving to a town close by is revealed.Cosmic tip: Nurture the artistic side of your nature too. Leo July 24 - Aug 23The most important and busiest part of a project/ assignment is over. Be careful about what you say and to whom. Be aware.Cosmic tip: Maintain the quality of friendships. Virgo Aug 24 – Sept 23Irrational plans need to be reworked into practical ways. Choose only one of them. Do get enough sleep.Cosmic tip: Only buy what you actually need (advertising creates unnecessary wants). Libra Sept 24 – Oct 22Stay away from a habit you’ve given up so wisely. Cosmic tip: Let there be a balance between the value of work you offer and the price that’s charged. Scorpio  Oct 23 – Nov 22There’s every reason to be happy and celebrate success + recognition received. Those involved in a court case should get a second opinion.Cosmic tip: Be productive. Not busy. Sagittarius Nov 23 – Dec 22Family support continues being strong but you do miss one family member tremendously. Be fair to everyone.Cosmic tip: Continue being in the forefront by delivering more than is expected. Capricorn Dec 23 – Jan 20There will always be regrets in everyone’s mind. But rise above all that. Concentrate on the now.Cosmic tip: Appreciate this new kind of learning experience you are having. Aquarius Jan 21 – Feb 19Giving into temptation is always more fun just now. There is eventually a price to pay for every action.Cosmic tip: Be willing to learn, unlearn and relearn if necessary. Pisces Feb 20 – March 20Always being there for family is what keeps you centered and content.Cosmic tip: Treat everyone courteously, no matter how high or low they are on the ladder of success.

11 August,2023 12:07 PM IST | Mumbai | Anuka Roy
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