under Pune

A Marathi lullaby composed for a newborn girl two decades ago goes viral and changes its lyricist’s life


21 Oct 2015 | BY Haima Deshpande

Forget the CAT and two-year general programmes, B-schools now offer highly specialised courses


25 Mar 2015 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

In a first, Yerwada Central Prison in Maharashtra starts a community radio for and by prisoners


4 Dec 2014 | BY Haima Deshpande

Vignettes of moveable roots


7 Aug 2013 | BY Amruta Patil

Aleena Zachariah (right) and Aneela Zachariah (left) work as ticket collectors at Pune railway station. The twins were born two minutes apart in their hometown of Kannur, Kerala. All of 176 cm in height, the Zachariah sisters represented India in the Asian Junior Volleyball Championships a few years ago. In 2008, Vaishali Phadtare, the then coach of the Central Railway volleyball team, spotted them when they were playing for Kerala in a Nagpur tournament and offered them their present jobs.0

26 Jun 2013 | BY Ritesh Uttamchandani

It requires skill and ‘determination’, a job few others can do. Meet P Ramesh, the expert chick sexer of Pune


7 Jan 2011

With the Commonwealth Games debacle near complete, the knives are out for Kalmadi in his home base.


3 Sep 2010 | BY Haima Deshpande

Even if you discount the bomb blast, Pune is imploding, with no one and nothing to blame but itself.


18 Feb 2010 | BY Haima Deshpande

With the fear of swine flu spreading faster than the virus, Pune has become a city of masked people with strange encounters.


19 Aug 2009 | BY Rahul Chandawarkar

For Rs 2.75 lakh, a Pune institution promises to turn you into a full-fledged neta


30 Jul 2009 | BY Haima Deshpande
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