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Clowns at KEM Hospital cheer young patients
November 10, 2010
In a KEM Hospital ward on Tuesday, Junaid Nagori, 10, stood up on his swollen legs to take a closer look at the antics o ...
VIP visitor’s brush with rural India
November 7, 2010
On Sunday, Ram Todkar, a farmer from Peth near Pune, won a bet of R10,000 and earned hero’s status in his village.
Abandoned baby not our kidnapped son: Couple
October 30, 2010
On Friday morning, when Pooja and Avdhesh Mishra were called to identify an abandoned baby boy, they prayed he would be ...
‘I have lived in Kashmir, yet I’m an outsider'
October 27, 2010
Amidst the present round of raised voices over Kashmir, a film showcasing the struggle of a Kashmiri family to cope with ...
Awareness is biggest challenge for stem cell therapy: Doctors
October 24, 2010
Prajakta Narvekar hopes that stem cell therapy can be used as an option in treating her two-year-old son who was diagnos ...
Get hospital bed info on SMS
October 21, 2010
In a medical emergency, precious time is wasted in finding a hospital with a vacant bed or in making rounds of blood ban ...
Online plea for Mistry book gathers support
October 20, 2010
After the outrage expressed by writers, civil society activists and Rohinton Mistry himself over the manner in which Mis ...
Bengalis bids adieu to Goddess
October 18, 2010
Ending four days of revelry and celebration, idols of Goddess Durga were immersed by teary-eyed devotees. Puja pandals a ...
Vile Parle walls turn into canvas for amateurs
October 18, 2010
Nirav Mehta, along with his family added colour to his lazy weekend routine on Sunday morning.
ATC curtails chopper joyrides in city
October 15, 2010
Helicopter trips organised for Mumbaiites by chopper operators at the Juhu aerodrome have suffered a setback.
This retired BARC scientist collects ‘unusual’ names
October 14, 2010
Gajanan Wamanacharya (78) was often wondered about the origin of his long surname. He soon began to notice that he was n ...
Festival for the foodies
October 13, 2010
Every festival in India is incomplete without delicious food preparations. Durga Puja festivities in the city this year ...
After Navratri revelry, party continues at eateries
October 12, 2010
The music at Navratri pandals stops at 10pm, but the party doesn’t end. It just moves to famous eateries nearby.
Fort to get new bookstore
October 11, 2010
A new bookstore called ‘Kitab Khana’, the size of four two-bedroom flats, will open in the Fort area, likely by the end ...
Durga Puja, a time to binge on Bengali delicacies
October 10, 2010
For Chanchal Chakraborty, the flavour of Kolkata comes to Mumbai once every year. The manager of Sweet Bengal, Chakrabor ...
India not to support WTO trade deal, wants roadmap for rules on food subsidies
Care to give a lift? Hitchhiking robot thumbs its way across Canada
Kanpur advocate files obscenity case against Aamir Khan
Exam tests tempers: What's the CSAT controversy, who wants what from UPSC
Movie review: Hercules is brisk, breezy fun with fine sword-and-sandals spectacles
My (pleasurable) first time: Women find losing virginity enjoyable now
Don't watch Salman Khan's Kick on Eid: Bhopal maulavis
CWG day 6: Sushil, Vinesh, Amit win gold, India bag 8 medals
18 killed, 150 trapped after landslide hits village near Pune
Too cute to play volleyball? Kazakh player becomes new internet sensation
Shiv Sena says it's 'fashionable' to allege rape, backs senior cop named in model's complaint
Malin landslide toll climbs to 75, bad weather hampers search operations
Modi has a chance to change India's discourse, but for that he must speak
Israel bombards Gaza as it searches for missing soldier after truce fails
West Africa seeks to seal off Ebola-hit regions
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