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Now, Sherlock Holmes in Marathi

Fancy reading about the pipe-smoking detective reconstructing the scene of crime to his sidekick Watson -- in Marathi.

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Soon, a website on A to Z of 1857 revolt

The revolt of 1857, a perfect and the only display of a strong unity among Hindus and Muslims, Marathas and North Indians, will now grab exclusive space on the web world.

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Gay condom to hit Indian markets soon

First-of-its kind 'gay' condom to hit Indian markets soon, after NACO raises concern about rising HIV infections among homosexuals It's legal and now it can be safe as well.

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'4 cos making indigenous H1N1 vaccine'

New Delhi, July 30 : Four Indian companies are in the process of manufacturing indigenous vaccines for H1N1, said Minister for Health and Family Welfare Ghulam Nabi Azad in Lok Sabha on Friday.

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Fonterra wants assurances after Indian incidents

Fonterra is seeking assurances from the Indian government that any future export sales are safe after a tanker load of milk was dumped and threats were made to set fire to a vessel during protests over a shipment of New Zealand dairy products.

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In a Trance

Members of Infected Mushroom, who were in the city on Thursday, feel that psychedelic trance is still a taboo as compared to mainstream electronica Their albums have names like 'Converting Vegetarians' , 'Vicious Delicious' and 'Legend of the Black Shawarma' - and psychedelic trance fans have feasted on the music long enough for Infected Mushroom ...

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Top police officials transferred in Maharashtra

MUMBAI: In a late night decision on Wednesday, the Maharashtra state government reshuffled 40 senior Indian Police Service officers.

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Berger Paints on the prowl

Calcutta, July 29: Berger Paints India is looking for buyout opportunities and planning to invest about Rs 400 crore in expansion over the next five years.

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The right note

Pt Hariprasad Chaurasia, who will be performing in Pune on Saturday, feels that classical music is still an integral part of the youth culture His story is unusual and awe inspiring.

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Indian protests against NZ milk turn ugly

Protests in India organised by Hindu nationalist political party Shiv Sena against imports of New Zealand dairy products have turned ugly with party workers draining thousands of litres of milk at Pune, 100km west of Mumbai.

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Pune-based union leader attempts suicide

First Published: 00:59 IST Last Updated: 01:02 IST A Pune-based union leader of a private company allegedly tried to commit suicide in the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committeea s office at Gandhi Bhavan near Mantralaya on Thursday.

Glasgow Caledonian University and Fergusson College in Pune, India, have signed a Letter of Intent that will see them collaborate on key academic partnerships in the field of Life Sciences.

IndicThreads.com International Conference OnA Cloud Computing will be held on 20-,21 August in Pune, India.

Pune/Bhopal, July 28 : Gangster Abu Salem's lawyer on Wednesday said that a complaint will be filed against Maharashtra Home Minister Ramesh Bagwe for falsely alleging that Salem was receiving 'five-star treatment' in jail.

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New life for publicity material of classics

Publicity material like pamphlets, posters and even booklets used to promote classics like Dadasaheb Phalke's Raja Harishchandra , Baburao Painter's iconic Kalyan Khajina or the 1932 classic Sati Savitri, which have yellowed over the years, are set to get a fresh lease of life.

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155-mm gun contract: DRDO enters the fray

With the international procurement of the 155-mm towed gun for the Indian Army dogged by controversy and failure, India's Defence R&D Organisation has made the potentially game-changing decision to jump into the fray.

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Pune gets first woman police chief

The Maharashtra government late Wednesday appointed Meera Borwankar as the Pune's first woman police commissioner, transferring the current police chief Satya Pal Singh to the state police headquarters.

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India Politician Beaten With Chairs By Rivals

An Indian politician has been brutally beaten up when a bad-tempered meeting boiled over.

The tangy, sharp, sweet taste of the cherry jam lingered in my mind after attending a high tea at the North Dakota Museum of Art on the UND campus earlier this month.

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India's most debt-ridden states

India's external debt increased by $36.9 billion to $261.4 billion by end-March 2010.