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Foreign destinations, local flavours

Monday 1 July '13

Exotic surroundings and better production values are prompting Marathi filmmakers to explore foreign locations for shooting
The Runners Corporation

Monday 1 July '13

The Pune Marathoners Club is a group of serious runners who participate in marathons around the year
Tackling landslides: Hostel shows the way

Sunday 30 June '13

The devastation by floods in Uttarakhand is a reminder of the fury of nature when it is subject to systematic ecological abuse.
Not Just A Cakewalk

Friday 28 June '13

Besides getting the ingredients right, this cupcake-making workshop also emphasised on the right tools
Not Just A Cakewalk

Friday 28 June '13

Besides getting the ingredients right, this cupcake-making workshop also emphasised on the right tools
Rs 80-crore grant approved, FTII to sport a new look

Friday 28 June '13

The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has given the green signal for a Rs 80-crore grant to the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII).
Word Smith Inc.

Monday 24 June '13

Publishers are using short story writing competitions as a way to scout hidden writers
SocioLogical

Monday 24 June '13

The first-ever Marathi social networking site—www.shivpremi.com—aims to connect people and create awareness about Maratha history
City foundation comes forward

Sunday 23 June '13

She has been known as the voice behind songs like Mujh ko Apne Gale Lagalo, Neend Ud Jaaye Teri Chain se Sone Wale.
Fun, Brash & Unapologetic

Thursday 20 June '13

Unlike her street-smart, nervy gangster ‘Bholi Punjaban’ character in Fukrey, actor Richa Chadda says she is a completely different person off screen.
Bird Talk

Tuesday 18 June '13

Youngsters in increasing numbers are taking up ornithology and bird watching as a side course in an attempt to learn about various winged species
I like to surprise people, says Altaf Raja

Tuesday 18 June '13

Singer Altaf Raja makes a comeback to the silver screen with a song in Ghanchakkar.
FIT-ON-WHEELS

Monday 17 June '13

Octogenarian Laxman Vartak not only pedals across the city on his bicycle named Senior Citizen Express but also propagates cycling to stay fit
No Strings Attached

Sunday 16 June '13

Veteran puppetry artiste Ramdas Padhye on making a murderous doll for a Marathi film.
No Strings Attached

Saturday 15 June '13

Ramdas Padhye, the creator of Tatya Vinchu of Zapatlela, revisits the iconic doll two decades later in a sequel
Flatland Rims

Thursday 13 June '13

On his first visit to Pune, Japanese biking champ says Indian bikers will soon be able to compete globally
Pardesi Does a Jholu Ram

Wednesday 12 June '13

Singer Altaf Raja makes a comeback to the silver screen with a song in Ghanchakkar.
Pardesi Does a Jholu Ram

Wednesday 12 June '13

Singer Altaf Raja makes a comeback to the silver screen with a song in Ghanchakkar
Being a Sport

Tuesday 11 June '13

Juggling professional sporting commitments and academics, young sportspersons say the key is in studying whenever they can.
On Firm Terrain

Monday 10 June '13

Geophysicist Nishat Ahmed's work with drought-prone villages in Maharashtra has achieved 70 per cent success rate in alleviating the problems.

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