A 28-minute film, La Fille Du Rail (The Railway Girl), by french student opens Students’ Film Festival at FTII.
After staging Socrates to Dabholkar via Tukaram on 1st death anniversary of Dabholkar, activists of Maharashtra take play to Capital.
Survey conducted by Jeevansathi.com covered 4,700 individuals across 11 cities.
Aims at highlighting ‘the Free Tibet’ by making flag recognisable as 'a symbol of freedom & resistance’.
Shopkeepers of North Main Road near German Bakery register steep fall in sales, attribute it to fewer visitors.
People raise funds through screening of Babai, a documentary film on the octogenarian porter.
‘Life-sized’ puppetry, poetry, music and action gel into one in Pacotille, a play by France-based CREA
Documentary Girl Gang of Telia will be aired on Discovery Channel at 9 pm today.
The mobile app allows people to report problems to political leaders, assures senders of anonymity.
As part of Swachh Pune - Swachh Bharat campaign, 40-odd people cleans part of the city every Sunday.
Falling Star instead of Stations of The Cross; English subtitles missing from Turkish, Croatian films
In 1934, Karve conquered hearts as a child artiste in film Bhakta Prahlad.
A renowned name in the field of Hindustani classical music, Pune-based legendary Gwalior Gharana vocalist Pandit Mohanrao Karve passed away in Pune on Thursday (January 8).
Rohini Hattangadi talks about playing Kasturba in Gandhi, and how the mother roles she has essayed are different from one another
Abhijit Mazumdar’s Yeti is the only Indian film to be showcased at the 32nd Torino Film Festival
Born on October 23, 1937, in Mumbai, Verma’s family moved to Pune while he was in his pre-teens.
Veteran Bollywood comedian Deven Verma passed away in Pune on Tuesday following a cardiac arrest.
In the city for a Kathak workshop, Mamta Maharaj, daughter of Pandit Birju Maharaj, talks about her father as her guru and how dance is her life
A group of ornithologists has decided to use the platform to create awareness about the environment
Pt. Suhas Vyas remembers his father Late Pt. C.R. Vyas on the 90th birth anniversary of the Hindustani classical vocalist
A musical concert in the city brings together music, poetry and theatre, revolving around the works of William Shakespeare
The play Umrao, directed by Hidayat Sami, presents the tale of the famous 19th century courtesan and poet Umrao Jaan, with a contemporary twist
Between April 17, 2012 and October 29, 2014, the National Anti-Ragging Helpline received 30 calls from Pune students
The play Marriage-ology looks at matrimony from eight different points of view
People based out of Pune have the highest tendency of buying gadgets like smartphones and laptops.
As many as 95 per cent Indian respondents feel that their smartphone is very or of critical importance to their daily lives.
Police Commissioner Satish Mathur too could not vote last time as his name was also missing from the list.
Under the Every Child Counts campaign spearheaded by Door Step School, nearly 40 children of Chakrapani Vasti, a slum in Bhosari, have got admissions in a PMC-run school under RTE Act
The 10-minute play, Seven Jewish Children, has seven scenes that span 70 years of Jewish history.
Shakir Khan, son of sitar maestro Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan, on his music albums and his closeness to classical music
The play A Peasant of El Salvador, which depicts the atrocities of civil war as seen through the eyes of a farmer, will be staged for the first time in the city
However, after her husband passed away, Gordhandas increased the stock of books.
All the photographs are clicked at FTII with its students as models.
Hindi play Aa.Ba.Ja., an adaptation of Munshi Premchand’s masterpiece Bade Bhaisahab, is a commentary on India’s education system
Actor, writer and director Vinay Sharma revisits his past through his debut Hindi play A/126 Vrindavan Garden
The film won the Best Child Actor Award at Kolkata International Short Film Festival 2014 and a special Jury Award mention.