- Cauvery row: Can't release water till December, Karnataka tells SC
- India beat New Zealand by 197 runs in Kanpur Test, take 1-0 series lead
- ISRO successfully places SCATSAT-1, seven other satellites in orbit
- Shahabuddin bail case: Supreme Court adjourns hearing for Wednesday
- SC refuses urgent hearing on PIL seeking to declare Indus Waters Treaty unconstitutional
Swaramayee Gurukul is celebrating its 10th anniversary and "Sahasra chandra darshan" year of Prabha Atre with a lecture and demonstration. Suhasini Koratkar will present Bhendi Bazar gharaanaa: Paramparaa and Gaayaki on Saturday and Suhas Vyas will give a Hindustani classical vocal recital on Sunday at the Gurukul at 6 pm.
Laugh it Off
Unwind with a few laughs this Saturday, at the Olive Laughathon. From 8 pm onwards, comedians Atul Khatri and Sahil Shah will regale Poona Club members and guests with their brand of humour. Khatri draws humour from his own experiences, making his comedy both personal and observational. Shah, on the other hand, is known for his ready wit and quick thinking on stage.
Discovering the Artist
PAINTER Sachin Kolhatkar hopes to help people bring out their inner artist with his workshop in acrylic painting. "Acrylic can be used to create transparent and opaque effects and gives depth to a painting," he says. Kolhatkar will host weekend and 10-day workshops at Sneha Anand Society, in Happy Colony, lane 1, Kothrud.
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- Phenomenon of the non-academic VC is part of a wider crisis of the university
- PM Modi must recognise Pakistan’s gameplan, and respond at a time and place of India’s choosing
- The government has failed to provide the right incentives to farmers
- The advent of the Fadnavis government in Maharashtra Marathas’ political hegemony
- Across the aisle: In search of a Pakistan policy