If you swear by Gatta, Papad ki Subzi and Ker Sangria, here's your chance to make the most of a Rajasthani food festival that's currently cooking in the city
State education board realises counselling as important as disseminating info after observing increase in stress-related calls
Three youths, including two women, were injured when a Maruti Zen rammed into a lamppost on the Sangamwadi Bridge around 5 pm yesterday.
A 33-year-old petrol pump employee was booked for embezzling Rs 5.8 lakh meant to be deposited with the owner of the outlet
Wanted in extortion, murder and kidnap cases, Sharad Mohol picked up from city outskirts along with accomplice; court awards police custody till Feb 27
Citizen-Watch Groups proposed to keep eye on irregularities, pass on info for civic body to take appropriate action
The NCP is busy looking for a suitable candidate for the mayor's post. The MNS is all set to sit in the opposition as the second largest party with 29 seats in the civic house.
Aware NCP's short of numbers to reach majority in PMC house, lone independent poll winner Ashwini Kadam says she'll return to party that denied her ticket only if it chooses her for mayor over 8 other OBC women in race for reserved post
Electorate again fails to deliver clear mandate; Sharad Pawar-led NCP emerges single-largest party with 51 seats in Pune civic body polls, Raj Thackeray's MNS springs surprise by winning in 29 panels
As nearly half of city's voters chose to stay home and ring in an extended weekend, some extraordinary senior citizens and disabled people braved the odds to honour their commitment to democracy
The Artist's Brush is an art exhibition with a dual mission promoting budding artists and encouraging the education of underprivileged girls
Citizens complain about errors in voter list, blame Pune Municipal Corporation for goof-ups
Say just 51% overall voting and low turnout in fringe areas may hit NCP, Sena
Voter turnout dips from 52.5 per cent in 2007 PMC election to 51 per cent
The election to the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation saw an estimated turnout of around 50 per cent.
Congress candidate Avinash Bagwe, son of MLA Ramesh Bagwe, was booked and firmly dealt with by the police for creating a ruckus inside a polling centre in the city yesterday.
There is an increase in the number of students from the disabled category appearing for the state board's SSC and HSC examinations this year.
Handbook will give police tips to ensure they don't overlook small but important clues
Developed to handle explosives and IEDs, remotely operated vehicle will soon have weapons, more power, night vision
Wanted in two similar cases, conman asks victim to lend his mobile, laptop, ring as he wanted to impress girlfriend