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IMD to monitor seismic activity in Palghar

With such repeated incidents, experts are planning to set up machines to undertake long-term seismic observations.

PMC to divert night shelter funds for civic headquarters extension

The PMC had spent Rs 26 crore for the construction of a building that has a new general body hall and offices for office-bearers of the PMC, including the Mayor and Deputy Mayor.

Debutantes, raga lajwanti, esraj and the ancient jodi pakhawaj highlights of Day 3

Balwant Singh Namdhari, who is from the musical village of Bhaini Sahib in Punjab, took forward the series of magical performances after Panshikar.

Exhibition on rare coins begins, provides window into bygone eras

The exhibition also has a stall that is selling banned currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denominations, respectively for Rs 25 and Rs 50 per note.

Travel agents oppose Air India’s shift to single Global Distribution System

Over 100 travel agents protest outside airline’s office, say their business will be adversely affected

PMC will appeal against MWRRA order on water, says Girish Bapat

The PMC needs to revamp its distribution system as a lot of water is lost due to weaknesses in the system, he said.

Festive markets, carol singers and more: Christmas cheer takes over Pune

On December 16, the choir will host a programme, which will include singing carols while portraying the birth of baby Jesus, and also raise funds for charity.

No more darting through traffic: Foot overbridge to come up soon near Millennium Gate

The decades-old flyover has, however, not managed to ease the heavy traffic flowing in from Aundh, Baner, Pashan, Senapati Bapat Road and Shivajinagar.

Santosh Mane, who mowed down 9, behaved ‘normally’ in jail: Yerawada authorities to SC

In September 2014, the Bombay High Court had upheld the death penalty and rejected the argument by the defence, which had argued that Mane should be acquitted of the murder charges as he had committed the crime while he was "mentally unsound".

Presence of Islamic State on internet a concern, lone wolf attack a major threat, warns ATS chief

Kulkarni spoke about terrorist attacks in the past and said, “There have been some high-profile attacks, mainly those abroad, with the advent of Islamic State.

Active on social media, school dropout was drawn towards pro-Khalistan online movement

The FB group, which propagates the idea of a separate Khalistan, has about 2,315 followers.

‘If a teacher knows how to teach, any ordinary student can learn any extraordinary style’

Speaking about his teaching style, Talwalkar said most teachers don’t take the extra effort to teach their students extraordinary techniques, something which he does often.