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Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray inaugurated the out-patient section at K E M Hospital, Parel here recently. In pic mayor Dr Shuba Raul, MLA Sakpal and hospital dean Dr Dr. Nilima Kshirsagar and others.

Superstar Hrithik Roshan at the special promotional programme by Tata Sky to watch ICC World Cup final match between Australia and Sri Lanka on Saturday April 28.

'Signature Creast Veteran Cricket Tournament' organized by Travelog Sports at MIG Club here on Saturday April 28. seen in the Celebraty Milind Gunaji alongwith celebraty team.  

Sahityik Ravindra Pinge on his 81st birthday here on Saturday evening in the presence of Dr Shrikhande, Mangesh Padgaonkar, Kantaseth Nerurkar, Yashwant Deo, Bapu Nadkarni, Kishori Amonkar and Prabhakar Panshikar. Pinge was felicitated by Kishori Amonkar. The programme was organised by Chaturang Pratishthan.

From right: Neeraj Garg, director, marketing and sales, Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd, Rahul Nair, managing director, Aquest Auto Pvt Ltd and  K Unnikrishnan, general manager, Nissan Motors India launching Nissan - India 'Teana Luxury Sedan' priced at Rs 2,067,000 here.

Yana Gupta models the winter collection while inugurating the B Reheja Group Mega Mall at Palm Beach Galleria in New Mumbai here recently. She is seen cutting  a huge cake on the same occasion.


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