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Court actress Geetanjali Kulkarni: I appreciate experimental films
Times of India

Court actress Geetanjali Kulkarni: I appreciate experimental f...

Chaintanya Tamhane's critically acclaimed Marathi film Court has been selected as India's official entry to the Best Foreign Language category of the 2016 Academy Awards. As soon as the announcement was made by the 17-member Oscar jury headed by ... Times of India, 1 week ago
Low budget Indian films that have entered … Yahoo! India, 2 days ago

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Pune Mirror

More prime PMC land goes to private builders

General body ready to hand over 1.27L sq ft of slum land for pvt development; activists protest Almost immediately after the Hirabaug slum redevelopment issue was reported earlier in September, the Pune Municipal Corporation's (PMC) general body ...
 Pune Mirror2 days ago
Weekly Voice

India Readies To Court Oscar

Mumbai: An humble and honest cinematic multilingual gem Court — a courtroom drama that exposes India's legal system in a effectively light-hearted way — has been chosen to represent the country at the 88th Academy Awards. Director Chaitanya ...
 Weekly Voice1 week ago India puts movie 'Court' in Oscar award race  Daijiworldcom1 week ago

'Court' director 'surprised' at making Oscar cut

Mumbai: The news of "Court" -- a multilingual courtroom drama -- making the cut as India's official entry in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 88th Academy Awards, left its director Chaitanya Tamhane "genuinely surprised". Tamhane's ...
 News24online1 week ago
Counter Currents

Three FTII Students Begin Indefinite Hunger Strike Three students of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) today began an indefinite Hunger Strike, demanding that the ensuing crisis be resolved. The students are on a 91 day long strike against the appointment of Gajendra ...
 Counter Currents3 weeks ago
Pune Mirror

Conservation derailed: Rlys dips into potable reserves for sundries

WATER WASTE Civic body claims railways has ignored its proposal to use recycled water from STPs At a time when a parched city has embraced the prospect of sharp water cuts and is learning to cope with limited supply, Pune railway does not think ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago
Business Today India

Has tech levelled the playing field between small and big companies?

Unexpected afternoon rains washed the city of Bangalore clean of dust and grime on July 31, but also brought with it the usual after-rain-effect - traffic jams. Yet, people flocked to hotel Vivanta by Taj in Whitefield, the IT hub situated in ...
 Business Today India3 weeks ago

Hunterrr Sequel Will be Wilder, Crazier: Gulshan Devaiah

Gulshan Devaiah and Radhika Apte have been roped in for the sequel of Hunterrr , which will be directed by the film's previous director Harshavardhan Kulkarni. Hunterrr , released on March 20, this year, is an adult comedy film, which revolved ...
 NDTV1 month ago Gulshan Devaiah and Radhika Apte to star in 'Hunterrr' sequel  India Blooms1 month ago Gulshan Devaiah, Radhika Apte to star in 'Hunterrr' sequel  Deccan Herald1 month ago
5 Dariya News - English

Smooth sailing for seeded players in National U-13 Chess

In Open Section top seed Iniyan P with black pieces chose for Sicilian Scheveningen variation with Dusyant Sharma of Punjab and gained his score in middle game itself in 29 moves at the end of second round in the 29th National Under 13 Open and ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 month ago
Times of India

Conservation project helps revive Mahseer in rivers

PUNE: A four-decade-old conservation project has enabled the return of Mahseer in Indrayani river. Experts say the endemic fish, which can only be found in clean waters, was not spotted in the river since the 1970s. However, after a successful ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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