Sajid Inamdar


Demand more vacancies, CBI probe: MPSC hopefuls take out march in Pune
Fri, Feb 09, 2018

In a post on Twitter, Munde said, “It is unfortunate that students preparing to enter the administration are themselves on the streets, agitating against the government for jobs”.

Pune: Giripremi announces its ‘Mount Kangchenjunga Eco Expedition 2019’
Mon, Feb 05, 2018

The expedition was introduced by Umesh Zirpe, a Shiv Chhatrapati Awardee and leader of Giripremi’s Pune Everest 2012 expedition who has also led six successful expeditions to eight thousander mountains (peaks higher than 8,000 meters) in the Himalayas.

UPSC CDS toppers: Pune girls bag top, fourth rank in CDS exam
Mon, Feb 05, 2018

Shruti Shrikhande, a student of ILS Law College, has emerged topper among the girls while Kiran Deepak Raut, a second-year MSc Geography student at SP College, has stood fourth across India.

Union Budget 2018: Pune’s senior citizens find reasons to cheer
Fri, Feb 02, 2018

"The increase in exemption limit from Rs 30,000 to Rs 60,000 for medical expenditure, gives us relief," said Suresh Ranade, a chartered accountant.

Trust deficit between Kashmiris and rest of India must be reduced: Dineshwar Sharma
Wed, Jan 31, 2018

On the need for building up trust in the minds of Kashmiri students, Sharma said, “If a Kashmiri student faces any problem, he/she should feel free to contact the police...”

Need to transform from ruler’s police to people’s police: Prakash Singh
Wed, Jan 31, 2018

At the seminar, Singh highlighted the need to transfer the subject of police forces from state to Concurrent list.

Natyasattak Rajani: Overnight celebration of theatre, stand-up, mushaira for Pune residents
Wed, Jan 24, 2018

It will kick off with Maunraag — a theatrical rendition of playwright Mahesh Elkunchwar’s autobiographical works. The festival, this year, has a mixed bag of artistic elements — from theatre, stand-up comedy to mushaira and ghazals.

Pune: Muslim organisations, scholars welcome Centre’s decision to abolish Haj subsidy
Wed, Jan 17, 2018

In the past, a section of the Muslim community had called the subsidy, worth almost Rs 700 crore every year, a ‘blot’, as the Quran states that members of the community should perform Haj only if they can afford to do so.

Censor Board wasn’t happy with ending of Sholay, had to change it: Ramesh Sippy
Sat, Jan 13, 2018

“I had shot a different ending for Sholay, where Gabbar is killed by Thakur. But they (the Censor Board), didn’t allow that," said Sippy.