Dr Subhash Chandra Show: There are no shortcuts to success, says Dr Chandra

This week Dr. Subhash Chandra Show was aired from AAMBY VALLEY, Pune. In this episode Dr Chandra addressed 2000 students from 30 different countries and helped them understand that there are no shortcuts to success. He also listed the ten commandments for being successful.

German Bakery case: Bombay HC to hear Himayat Baig's death confirmation petition from today
German Bakery case: Bombay HC to hear Himayat Baig's death confirmation petition from today

The Bombay High Court will commence hearing from Friday on a petition filed by the Maharashtra government seeking confirmation of the death penalty given to Himayat Baig, the lone convict in the 2010 German Bakery blast in Pune.

MyGov shortlists 5 teams to build mobile app for PMO

Government citizen-centric web platform MyGov and Google India on Wednesday announced the final shortlisted top five teams from Delhi, Chennai and Pune to build the official mobile app for the Prime Minister's Office (PMO).

TMC MPs to visit Pune to express solidarity with FTII students

Trinamool Congress is sending a delegation of three MPs to Pune on Monday to express its solidarity with the agitating students of FTII.

I&B Min team holds "fruitful" talks with striking FTII students
I&B Min team holds "fruitful" talks with striking FTII students

A 3-member I&B Ministry team on Friday held "fruitful" talks to end the prolonged strike by FTII students demanding removal of TV actor and BJP member Gajendra Chauhan as its chairman and will submit its report to the government on Monday.

FTII row: I&B team arrives in Pune, raises hope of solution

A three-member team of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry arrived here on Thursday night, raising hopes of a possible resolution of the impasse at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), where the students' strike for removal of TV actor and BJP member Gajendra Chauhan as the chairman entered the 71st day.

Shun high-handedness: FTII faculty to govt

Over 60 visiting faculty members of FTII have asked the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to shun its "high-handed view" of the students strike and take a "pragmatic and honourable" path to end the impasse, which entered the 71st day on Thursday.

Narendra Dabholkar murder: Two years on, mystery remains

It has been exactly two years since rationalist Dr Narendra Dabholkar was shot dead in this city and his killers continues to elude the law. In protest, several hundred activists, including his wife and two children, held a march here on Thursday morning.

Will not compromise on our demands: FTII Students' Association

The striking students of FTII on Wednesday ruled out any compromise on their main demand of removal of TV actor and BJP member Gajendra Chauhan's as chairman of the institute.

I&B team likely to visit FTII to break impasse

A three-member team of Information and Broadcasting Ministry officials is expected to visit the crisis-hit FTII soon to find a solution to the 70-day-old strike by the students, demanding removal of TV actor and BJP member Gajendra Chauhan from the institute's chairmanship.

Govt forms 3-member panel to assess situation in FTII

A three-member team, headed by the Registrar of Newspapers for India SM Khan, has been constituted by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to assess the ground situation in Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune.

Pune: Five FTII students arrested on charges of rioting

In a post-midnight swoop, Maharashtra police early Wednesday arrested five students of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) from the campus for rioting, damaging properties and other charges.

 

In midnight crackdown, five agitating FTII students arrested
In midnight crackdown, five agitating FTII students arrested

 In a midnight swoop, police arrested five students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) here, charging them with rioting and other offences in connection with the gherao of director Prashant Pathrabe.

Two months on, FTII impasse continues to defy solution

The deadlock over the ongoing strike in Film and Television Institute of India showed no signs of a solution on its 62nd day on Wednesday with the students still in no mood to dilute their opposition to the appointment of TV actor and BJP member Gajendra Chauhan as the chairman.

FTII notice to 30 students for overstaying in hostel

The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) here has issued notice to 30 of its students for over-staying in the institute`s hostels inspite of the completion of their courses, an official said on Friday.

Mother beats son to death with cricket bat in Maha

A mother allegedly beat her 13-year-old son to death with a cricket bat following a domestic discord, police said on Thursday.

FTII students meet I&B officials, no end to impasse

Agitating students of FTII on Thursday held another meeting with senior Information and Broadcasting Ministry officials but no decision was reached on ending the strike which entered the 56th day.

First ever: Green Corridor helps transport heart 20 km in just 18 mins in Mumbai

Zee Media Bureau

Mumbai: After a dry spell of 47 years, Mumbai recorded its first successful heart transplant!

DNA: Green Corridor helps transport heart 20 km in just 18 mins

In a first, a successful heart transplant was conducted when a donated organ flown in from Pune was rushed 20km to a Mulund hospital along a green corridor created during peak hours by the police in as little as one-fifth of the usual time.

Traffic stopped to save life in Mumbai

Traffic was stopped for 20 minutes on Mumbai roads in order to save a person's life who had to be rushed from Pune to Mumbai for an emergency heart transplant.