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This year’s palkhi procession, warkaris will walk with a clean message

On its part, PMC will distribute mobile toilets to each group participating in the annual pilgrimage.

Diamond jubilee: Sant Dnyaneshwar, the film, turns 75

Was first Indian film to be released commercially in US as Dnyandev, Light of Asia. Produced by Prabhat Film Company, the film went on to create a record of sorts when it ran for 36 weeks in cinema halls in Pune and Mumbai, doing a business of Rs 4.67 crore, a huge figure those days


‘Destroy’ defamatory books on saints: Court

The court has said in the order that copies of the book be destroyed after the period given for the appeal.

Rain-washed city gives warm welcome to palkhis

Particulate pollution has dropped due to heavy rainfall that lashed the city recently,but there is no change in gaseous pollutants in the atmosphere

Palkhis to arrive in city today

Pune city is ready to welcome both Sant Tukaram and Sant Dnyaneshwar palkhis,which will be on their way to Pandharpur,on Monday afternoon. The city police have traffic diversion plans ready and security arrangements in place.

Keep roads free after 3 pm on Monday: Cops

Days before the Sant Tukaram and Sant Dnyaneshwar palkhi processions enter the city,the Pune police have chalked out a plan for their smooth arrival,stay and departure.


Art's new dimension

While one image has a young Dnyaneshwar praying in front of his parents,another shows him playing with his siblings.

Reporter’s Notebook: Palkhi close up

An elderly assistant police sub-inspector,who was deployed for the bandobast of recent Palkhi processions,had a completely different view of the gruesome duty.

Warkari wave in town as palkhis arrive

Chants of “Gyanba-Tukaram” accompanied by the beats of taal and the mridang and abhanga tunes filled the air heralding the arrival of the palkhis of Sant Dnyaneshwar and Sant Tukaram in the city on Wednesday evening.

The Simple Side of Science

“My tryst with Science and the subject's simple acceptance by the common man was reason enough to pen down couplets,” says Vidyasagar Pandit.