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Three students of Pune’s Flame University are cookbook hunting so that people can understand and enjoy food better
Wed, Apr 14, 2021

Ananya Pujary, Muskaan Pal, and Khushi Gupta started the website, The Indian Community Cookbook Project, as part of their Digital Humanities course, “but then it became so much more”.

A Pune-based startup is disrupting the way companies insure the health of employees
Tue, Apr 13, 2021

The startup, founded by Mayank Kale and Ryan Singh in 2018, is a health insurance brokerage that also has a set of doctors, a dedicated health advisor, who is available 24x7 for clients, and a health app.

Srinagar cyclist on 4,500 km trip to raise funds for young footballers in Pune
Tue, Apr 13, 2021

The entrepreneur from Srinagar is hoping to bring in Rs 3,000 through CSR and crowd funding for every kilometer he completes.

Pune, this week: Take a virtual tour of the pyramids of Egypt or attend a children’s play
Mon, Apr 12, 2021

The works are Bada Kaun, Dujo Kabir, Fitrati Chor, among others, which are interpreted through Rajasthani folk dance, music, costumes and sets

A play in Bengaluru explores the missing voices of women in classic and mythological literature
Sat, Apr 10, 2021

Desdemona Rupakam represents the kind of work that is emerging in a world unhinged by the pandemic

Healthcare worker training startup comes to Pune with centre in KK Market, plans another in Pimpri-Chinchwad
Tue, Apr 06, 2021

Now, Virohan, which is headquartered in Delhi, is reaching out to the youth of Pune by opening a centre at KK Market. Talks are on for another centre in Pimpri-Chinchwad.

Pune, this week: Virtually watch Louvre museum’s collection; Pina Bausch’s performance; and more
Mon, Apr 05, 2021

Pune’s art lovers can travel to the Louvre in France, Ireland’s mother-and-child institutions and Road Dahl’s England as artists open their archives for virtual audiences

Pune, this weekend: Despite pandemic, artists and performers ensure the show must go on
Sat, Apr 03, 2021

Even as the second wave of coronavirus continues to grow unabated in Pune, the theatre and lifestyle circuit in the city are ensuring that the show must go on while maintaining the social distancing norms.

Business will be hit again, erratic guidelines: Eateries respond to week’s shutdown
Sat, Apr 03, 2021

It is a sentiment echoed by the restaurant industry, which was trying to get back on its feet after being closed for several months during the pandemic last year

Pune painter attempts to turn city into open-air art gallery dedicated to legends
Thu, Apr 01, 2021

Artist Nilesh is making 15 paintings at public spaces across Karjat as part of a project supported by a local MLA Rohit Pawar.

How a Pune startup founder is turning pubs, nightclubs into co-working spaces for post-Covid economy
Tue, Mar 30, 2021

Friyey, which opened in May 2019, is adapting to a pandemic work culture where an increasing number of people are functioning remotely.

Pune This Weekend: Get set for virtual performances, art exhibitions and more
Mon, Mar 29, 2021

From online virtual performances to art exhibitions, here's a look at what to do in Pune this weekend.

Pune This Weekend: Get set for virtual performances, contemporary galleries and more
Fri, Mar 26, 2021

From virtual performances of classical musicians and drama love stories to contemporary art galleries of Monalisa, take a look at what to do in Pune this weekend.

Juby Aleyas Koll: Pune embroiderer who is preserving an old craft, one stitch at a time
Mon, Mar 22, 2021

Juby Aleyas Koll has released an ebook that teaches 300 stitches through 2,500 photographs

Pune this week: Liven up your evenings with theatre, art workshops and a visit to a gallery
Mon, Mar 22, 2021

Studio Artzone has an online workshop in which you can learn three technique of making clay fridge magnets. The instruction will be via a video and you can access it online from home

Pune this weekend: Live art with safety precautions and online performances
Sat, Mar 20, 2021

Virtual plays, interactive theatres and family dramas, take a look at how to entertain yourself this weekend.

Award-winning playwrights go to other worlds to make sense of the present
Wed, Mar 17, 2021

SM Azhar Alam, Vibha Rani and Ashok Lal win the first Nemichandra Jain Playwriting Award

50-year-old Pune homemaker takes over family’s legacy restaurant; grows business by 30%
Tue, Mar 16, 2021

"When I took charge, I decided to give the restaurant a complete facelift and also wanted to introduce new concepts such as a multi-functional banquet hall, and a vegetarian QSR."

Pune’s cultural calendar — a mix of theatre, art exhibitions & virtual workshops
Mon, Mar 15, 2021

Stroll through art exhibitions, learn how to paint on old newspapers or watch a comic family drama in Pune this week.

Koregaon Park Art Exhibition: Architecture inspires this Delhi-based artist’s work
Sun, Mar 14, 2021

Delhi-based artist M Pravat on being inspired by architecture and how trees of Pune gives the city its intimate feel.

How an industrial shed in Pune is the new hub for theatre
Sun, Mar 14, 2021

The Box, the latest venue for an immersive experience, promises to change the way we imagine storytelling and performance

Small is big in Indian theatre as it reopens in the pandemic
Wed, Mar 17, 2021

COVID-19 is changing the way directors envision theatre

Renovation during pandemic: Historic Prabhat Studios at FTII wears new look after repairs
Thu, Mar 11, 2021

Prabhat Studios is also the world's oldest functional studio, where student projects are still shot. It was the pandemic that brought such activity to a standstill and allowed the authorities to carry out repairs.

Pune: Startup that’s on a mission to take Hindustani classical music to the world
Tue, Mar 09, 2021

Ragya, which started as a free-to-listen streaming copyright-free music from the Internet Archive switched to being a subscription-based service on Diwali day in October, with support and content from artistes and a couple of music archives.

Pune this week: Art, craft, writing and a travel to tiger country
Mon, Mar 08, 2021

Mark your calendar this week for an adventurous trip to one of the largest parks in India, home to wild tigers, leopards and Jackals; Lessons for aspiring writers from the man himself — Ruskin Bond.

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