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Medal goes for Rs. 5 lakh at coin auction
December 4, 2012
The gold sash badge medal fetched the highest amount at the Todywalla Auction, held at Coomaraswamy Hall, Chhatra-pati S ...
Using health literacy to bridge gap between doctors and patients
December 3, 2012
Being literate does not necessarily make you a literate in the area of health, said doctors at a Health Literacy confere ...
9 girls who chose education over marriage honoured by UNICEF
December 3, 2012
Reshma Pathan always dreamt of winning an award. Last week, she was given the Navjyoti award for successfully resisting ...
From past to present: Heritage coins, notes to be auctioned in city
November 29, 2012
Coins, banknotes and other artefacts ranging from the Chandragupta period to the Victorian era will be auctioned in t ...
‘Sports can help bring global peace’
November 27, 2012
Sports brings peace between countries, said tennis player Sania Mirza on Monday while participating at an event held ...
Mumbaiites opt for private parties this Thanksgiving
November 24, 2012
Thanksgiving, which is usually celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November, has become a reason for many Mumbaiites to ...
Thanking Surya: city’s north Indians fast for Chhath puja
November 21, 2012
On Monday morning at 5am, Meena Gupta stepped outside her Thane home and headed to a nearby lake. For one-and-half-hour ...
Ailments, pollution on the rise as mercury dips in city
November 20, 2012
As temperatures in the city have begun to fall, there has been a significant rise in the amount of dust and other suspen ...
Low-key bhaubeej celebrations
November 16, 2012
The tense situation in the city on Thursday played spoilsport for several families who had to cancel Bhau Beej celebrati ...
The year of wonder pops and butterflies
November 13, 2012
Mumbaiites can expect a more colourful and less noisy Diwali this year, as a new range of noiseless, colourful crackers ...
Religion no bar for Diwali celebrations in city
November 9, 2012
Over the last few days, Powai resident Sahar D'souza's family has been busy preparing sweets; shopping for new clothes a ...
India stands united to help flood-hit Uttarakhand
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag not banned in Pakistan: Mehra interview
Sabyasachi Mukherjee defends his Cannes creations for Vidya Balan
Karan Johar makes directors compete for SOTY sequel
Ek Chidiya, Anek Chidiya in Shuddh Desi Romance
BJP doesn't need allies which are against it: Modi tells Advani
Kedarnath temple stays intact, its surroundings have gone with flow
Shah Rukh Khan: top 15 controversies he has courted
Heavy rains lash north India: 73 dead and 72,000 stranded; Uttarakhand worst hit
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Rain fury in north India: Army steps up rescue efforts, death toll may be in thousands
India under watch? Govt 'sets up' system to tap phone calls, e-mail
Rupee falls to 59.93 against US dollar, sensex tanks over 500 pts
Delhi: Yamuna continues to flow over danger mark
LK Advani meets RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat
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