Author: Badri Chatterjee

Fish Prasadam: Miracle or myth? 282

Fish Prasadam: Miracle or myth?

Hyderabad: In a world where science and technology is paving way for advancement in the field of medicine, there still lies a plethora of ‘believers,’ who undoubtedly depend upon ancient techniques for treating incurable...

Pune mosques observe Ramadan, celebrate Iftar 312

Pune mosques observe Ramadan, celebrate Iftar

Pune: Nearly 200 people gathered at the historic Haji Mekkeshah Masjid at Deccan Gymkhana corner to break their fast right after sunset following the religious observances of Ramadan on Saturday. Iftar is often celebrated...

Not Paris, not Tokyo. World’s most expensive city: Luanda 146

Not Paris, not Tokyo. World’s most expensive city: Luanda

Today, if one decided to go around the world in eighty days, it is but obvious that those interested have to have a Swiss bank account to start with and a bank balance of...

Canvas 4 fails to live up to its name 214

Canvas 4 fails to live up to its name

Rating – 3.5/5 Pune: As the newest smartphone, Micromax Canvas 4 A210 hit commercial markets across the country on July 8; the flagship product was estimated to set the market on fire. However, the...

Shiv Chhattrapati Stadium, Balewadi, best venue to host games: AFI President 123

Shiv Chhattrapati Stadium, Balewadi, best venue to host games: AFI President

Pune (Balewadi): The 20th Asian Athletics Championship kicked off on July 3 at the Shiv Chhattrapati stadium, Balewadi and will continue till July 7. The event was inaugurated by Maharatra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan...

DU cut-offs scale sky high, students under pressure 72

DU cut-offs scale sky high, students under pressure

New Delhi: As the Delhi University’s cut-off list touches 100 percent for various colleges as declared on Thursday, it is clear that receiving education at this prestigious University will not be any easier for aspirants....

Death toll rises to 600 in rain-ravaged Uttarkhand 108

Death toll rises to 600 in rain-ravaged Uttarkhand

Dehradun: Nearly 18,000 people, rescued by the Indian Army, were shifted to safer areas on Saturday, even though the death toll due to the flash floods and landslides neared 600 as rains struck the...