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Through street play, project reaches out to construction workers

Monday 6 January '14

Kushal, a partnership project, has so far imparted skill training to 10,000 workers and aims to cover one lakh more
Mother-daughter duo reach out to victims of domestic violence through 24x7 helpline

Monday 16 December '13

Of the 34 calls received in last three months, 32 were from victims of domestic violence.
Sound of music

Thursday 12 December '13

Mali said he is particularly fond of Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and looks forward to his performances.
The anchor of the musical ship

Thursday 12 December '13

It's the 24th year that Anand Deshmukh will be compering the mega music festival.
An Artiste from Kankavli

Monday 9 December '13

Theatre artiste Waman Pandit's three decades long efforts to instill creative energy into Konkan's theatre scene get recognition with Tanveer Natyadharmi Puraskar.
‘Swades revisited’: City youth leaves US job to educate tribals

Sunday 8 December '13

Project focuses on improving the quality of education in rural India through teaching aids like e-learning.
Aunty’s New Avatar

Tuesday 3 December '13

A revamped version of 50-year-old play Moruchi Mavshi will be representing Pune at the 53rd Maharashtra State Theatre Competition
The Rite Path

Monday 2 December '13

Whenever Rafique Abdul Rehman Mulla comes across a family that cannot bear the expenses of performing its deceased member's last rites, he pitches from his pocket
While You were Sleeping

Friday 29 November '13

With Marathi play Paatra Nimitta Maatra, city theatre group Dhyaas enters an uncharted territory – humour.
Predict and prevent

Friday 29 November '13

Weather forecasts with crop-specific advisories help farmers prevent losses.
After taking up acting, city BSNL employee ‘roars’ to success

Monday 25 November '13

In his upcoming film Ajoba, which traces the story of a leopard, he plays the role of a local forest officer.
A high tide

Monday 25 November '13

FTII graduate Akash Sinha talks about playing one of the protagonists in Baga Beach, a multilingual film to be screened at IFFI.
A Long Short

Sunday 24 November '13

Madrik is a unique project that brings together nine first-time women filmmakers from Pune with projects depicting the life and times of women artistes
‘Urdu, Hindi victims of divide & rule approach’

Saturday 23 November '13

On the eve of his felicitation in the city, renowned Urdu poet and lyricist Nida Fazli talks about ghazals, poetry and his style of writing.
Women issues captured on canvas by septuagenarian

Saturday 16 November '13

I wanted to ensure that the product didn't look disturbing to the viewers.
New concepts to boost start-up businesses have many takers

Friday 15 November '13

The work involves providing consultations, executing plans for firms’ social media and online marketing strategy.
Banana Concert by slum kids today to mark 40 yrs of Indo-Korea ties

Saturday 9 November '13

Banana Children Choir was founded by South Korea-based Kim Jae-chang in 2010.
Journey on Canvas

Saturday 9 November '13

Noted architect Iqbal Chaney’s debut exhibition showcases paintings inspired by the places he has visited in the last four decades.


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Pratap Bhanu MehtaYou, the UPA, destroyed roads, airlines, power, education, industry, employment… you rocked the financial boat, you came for freedom, you legitimised being corrupt. But we did not speak out. Remember, we do have the vote. Pratap Bhanu Mehta While we were silent, July 11 Comments
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