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Remember TV Actress Pallavi Joshi? We Bet You Didn't Know These Amazing Life Facts About Her
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Remember TV Actress Pallavi Joshi? We Bet You Didn't Know Thes...

Pallavi Joshi is one name that might fade away from the mind for a while but does not get erased from the memory. The actress who graced television screens with meaningful dramas for the longest time in the 90s is enjoying her life these days, ... Daily Bhaskar, 1 month ago

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'Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai' actress Amrita Rao's foodie story

Actress Amrita Rao thanked her "Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai" co-star Pallavi Joshi for treating the whole cast of the TV show to Maharashtrian food. The fact that the show is set against a Maharashtrian backdrop and has Marathi actors, resulted in ...
 Times of India1 month ago Amrita Rao's foodie story  Singapore Star.com1 month ago Amrita Rao's foodie story (TV Snippets)  Business Standard1 month ago 'Tere Bin' to replace 'Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai'  Times of India1 month ago
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Sulabha was a motherly figure to me: Pallavi Joshi

Actress Pallavi Joshi said veteran actress Sulabha Deshpande, who died on Saturday, was a motherly figure to her and her passing away is a great loss to the industry."She was such a wonderful person I am so disturbed ever since I have heard this news. We have ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Pressure tactics: Mumbai colleges let go of management seats

By Pallavi Smart | Posted 1 hour Tired of govt officials making endless demands on their 5 per cent quota, city colleges have sent these coveted seats to the central admission pool Prominent city colleges, fed up of politicians, police ...
 Mid Day1 month ago Second merit list for Mumbai's colleges declared  Mid Day1 month ago

Asharf Dahod Guest of Honor at India Day Celebration at Hatch Shell (Includes list of all performers)

BOSTONAshraf M. Dahod, a high-tech serial entrepreneur, graced India Day celebrations on Sunday at Hatch Shell in Boston. The event, which was organized by India Association of Greater Boston, known as IAGB, was attended by over 5,000 people. ...
 India New England1 week ago
CAclubindia

GST - The game changer

I remember the first day of my article-ship when I was sitting in a corner looking at all the things happening around me- my seniors working seriously, some talking to the clients, a few referring Acts or Rules, a few others having discussion with ...
 CAclubindia1 week ago

Never thought I'll become a singer: Neeti Mohan

Singer Neeti Mohan, best known for songs like 'Kheech meri photo', 'Jiya re' and 'Ishq wala love', says she never thought of becoming a singer and it was her sisters -- Shakti Mohan and Mukti Mohan -- who showed faith in her talent. Neeti Mohan is ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

MITians relish Odissi treat

12:14 am FOLLOW US: SPIC MACAY INITIATIVE Ujjain : MITians witnessed an unforgettable event of Odissi dance performance on Monday hosted under the aegis of the Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music And Culture Amongst Youth (SPIC ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago

Rangeley Thakur to enrich Jammu's classical music tradition

Lalit Gupta It is indeed good news that Rangeley Thakur-whose life and work is already a subject of a monograph authored by eminent Dogri writer Om Goswami, and who has earned love and respect of artistes, writers, poets and members of civil ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago
Rediff.com

That inept 'Saint Antony'

'It was almost as though there was widespread relief that the defence bureaucracy, and the minister, could find someone willing to shoulder the blame for everything that had gone wrong with the services under Antony's charge -- the poor preparedness of the forces, slow acquisitions caused by indecision, cancellation of contracts and whimsical blacklisting of defence contractors over the tiniest suspicion that they may have paid speed money or kickbacks.' Ravi Velloor, associate editor at ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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