Recollects 11-yr-old Kartiki, daughter of martyr Colonel Santosh Mahadik whose body was flown down from J&K last evening; last rites were performed today in Satara
They ignored advice and entered the home hours after pest control was carried out; breathing toxic fumes proved lethal
FTII students who went on strike on June 12 against the appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as its chairman returned to their classes on Wednesday but said protests against the BJP member will go on. Meanwhile, three FTII alumni returned their National Awards to join the agitation
Gawli aide convicted for Shiv Sena corporator's 2007 murder, jumped parole in February; arrested on set of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Bajirao Mastani', near Pune, where he was working as a spot boy
A three-year-old lost his life on Sunday after he locked himself inside his relative’s car. The child was rushed to Aditya Birla Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival
A 34-yr-old woman allegedly killed her 5-yr-old son by slitting his wrists and strangulating him on Saturday night. On Sunday morning, she jumped off the balcony of her third-floor apartment
A 12-year-old boy drowned in Ghod river in Shirur village during the Ganesha idol immersion on the last day of the festival on Sunday evening
A massive fire has broken out at Crossword bookstore situated at Saurabh hall near Pune railway station on Sunday evening
FTII students on Sunday called off their hunger strike after the information and broadcasting (I&B) ministry agreed to have a dialogue with them on September 29 in Mumbai. They hope to find "solutions"
Wife of deceased veteran Communist leader and rationalist Govind Pansare, Uma's health has deteriorated and the 72-year-old was rushed to a Kolhapur hospital on Tuesday morning and admitted to the Intensive Care Unit.
A mentally-ill waiter allegedly stabbed a roommate to death, injured six other colleagues and later committed suicide at a Pune-based hotel in the wee hours of Friday
Police say the accused told them he murdered and then raped her; but as there are no strangulation marks or bruises on the body, they are uncertain of the way the murder took place
A student of the prestigious Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) was admitted to a hospital here when his condition worsened after hours of hunger strike late Friday
A doctor at the State Reserve Police Force (SRPF) Hospital in Wanowrie in Pune was arrested on Thursday by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) for allegedly accepting Rs 350 bribe from a policeman for issuing medical certificate for sick leave
A three-member information and broadcasting ministry team on Friday held talks with all stakeholders of Film and Television Institute of India, where students have been protesting for nearly three months against Gajendra Chauhan's appointment as the institute's chairman
On the second anniversary of the killing of anti-superstition crusader Narendra Dabholkar, the Maharashtra government today decided to depute a seven-member police team to assist the CBI which is probing the case
15 students were booked under various sections of the IPC, five were arrested and subsequently let off by a local court on Wednesday morning: all in one day
Two years after the murder of anti-superstition crusader Narendra Dabholkar, the mystery about his killers remains unresolved. This despite the CBI having released new sketches of the two suspects
A Pune court on Wednesday granted bail to five FTII students, who were arrested by the police in a midnight swoop on Tuesday
Accusing striking students of FTII of insulting behaviour, using cruel interrogation and causing mental torture, FTII director Prashant Pathrabe today said he approached police as a deterrent step and rejected suggestion that action was taken under pressure from the I&B ministry
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