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An educated youth, Sudarshan Shedge, holds a bachelor's degree in science, majoring in agriculture. But after completing his education, he had no job, and no steady income. In 2006, in need of employment, Shedge signed up Pune Municipal Corporation's
Is Mumbai's very own Dahi handi festival losing its trademark spontaneity? The people of Mumbai who usually come out in large numbers every year to enjoy the festivities, seemed less than enthusiastic this year. Even though govinda mandals flooded
Highden Manor, built in 1896, and set in 14 hectares, some of it native bush, between Palmerston North and Sanson. Backing out of a deal to buy a historic Manawatu manor has brought more than bad karma for a Buddhist group. The owners of Highden
Maharashtra Legislative Council Chairman, Shivajirao Deshmukh will file a 'defamation' case against the owner, publisher, printer, editor and writer of the book 'Shivrayan Chya Badnamichi Kendrale', for publishing an objectionable article with
Maharashtra PWD Minister Chhagan Bhujbal today informed the Legislative Council that work of widening of Mumbai-Goa Highway will commence after monsoon. Replying to a query raised by Ramdas Kadam during the question hour, Mr Bhujbal said the road
Three top officials from the Mantralaya's co-credit society were arrested on Saturday for allegedly embezzling fixed deposits (FD) amounting to Rs23.81 lakh...The arrested officials are general manager of the co-credit society Ramchandra Gopal Tawde,
The Maharashtra Legislative Assembly today condoled the demise of its sitting MNS member Ramesh Wanjale, who passed away last month after a massive cardiac arrest. Wanjale was a first time MLA elected from Khadakwasala in Pune district.
Len Foley Len Foley will teach a halfday workshop titled Transforming Your Working Life Through Spiritual Practice from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., July 23 at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 910 Hampshire Road, Suite I, Westlake Village. The
Susheel Kadam, 36, an operations executive at a call centre here, is the only Indian among 25 environmentally conscious people from around the world to have been shortlisted under the 3D Action Movie section of the DeforestAction project.
Called Balaknama, this Hindi quarterly is written and edited by homeless children from Badhte Kadam, a group of street and working children. First published in July 2003, this tabloid has come a long way with the help of Chetna, a voluntary