Most Popular Marathi Channels On Youtube

Bharatiya Digital Party-
MITID Films-
ShotPut Films-
Sujit Pathak-
Jeevan Kadam Vlogs-
Ruchkar Mejwani-
Being Marathi-
DJ Marathi-
Marathi DJ Remix-
Pebbles Marathi-

2016 was very good for marathi films, but not just that. Marathi content is appreciated on YouTube too.



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Major Earthquakes in India, Southeast Asia: A Timeline


People stand outside a house damaged from an earthquake in Peshawar, Pakistan on Monday, October 26, 2015. A powerful 7.7-magnitude earthquake in northern Afghanistan rocked cities across South Asia. (Press Trust of India photo)

Timeline of earthquakes that have rocked India and Southeast Asian countries since 2001:

October 26, 2015: An earthquake measuring 7.5 on the Richter scale and an epicentre in Jarm in Afghanistan, 256 km northeast of Kabul, also hits parts of India and Pakistan.

April 25, 2015: An earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale strikes Lamjung district in Nepal.

November 23, 2014: A 6.3 magnitude quake hits China, killing at least two people.

November 23, 2014: Over 50 people injured and around 10 houses collapsed after a 6.7-magnitude quake hit Japan.

May 5, 2014: An earthquake of 6.0 magnitude occurred in the Bay of Bengal and tremors were felt across India.

September 25, 2013: A 7.7-magnitude quake hit Pakistan’s remote south-west province of Balochistan, killed over 300 people.

April 20, 2013: A quake of 6.6 magnitude hit a remote mountainous area of south-western China’s Sichuan province, killing around 150 people and injuring hundreds of other people.

September 20, 2011: At least 68 people were killed and over 300 injured in a quake of 6.8 magnitude that struck Sikkim.

September 22, 2009: An earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale killed at least 10 people in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and left dozens more injured.

October 8, 2005: The magnitude 7.6 earthquake killed at least 86,000 people, injured more than 69,000 and caused extensive damage in northern Pakistan.

December 26, 2004: A quake of 9.3 magnitude on the Richter scale hit countries in the Asia Pacific region, killing over two lakh people.

January 26, 2001: An earthquake measuring 7.7 on the Richter scale hit the town of Bhuj in Gujarat, killing over 10,000 people.

Smoke From Chulhas: Biggest Killer in Rural India

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Every day, 30-year-old Ramrati lights wood in a chulha, a customised cemented opening in her makeshift home, to cook food for herself and her family. She recently moved to Greater Kailash-1, an area considered ‘posh’ in Delhi, because her work brought her here.

She works as a cement mixer and doesn’t stay in one place for too long. So, a swab of cement to a wall of every makeshift home she moves to, acts as her cooking spot. She usually collects wood and twigs from nearby areas to burn for cooking. Sometimes she buys the fuelwood from a furniture factory. (more…)

Indian Scientists Making Snake Robot for Search and Rescue Missions


Indian scientists are developing snake robots that could help save lives in disasters and accidents and aid surveillance.

Two prototypes of the Snake Robot for Search and Rescue Missions, called SARP (Snake-like Articulated Robot Platform) have been designed by scientists of the department of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad (IIT-H). (more…)

Kerala declared ‘Complete Digital State’

Declaration of Kerala as a ‘complete digital state’ and announcement of a new youth programme in memory of former President, the late A P J Abdul Kalam marked Independence Day celebrations in the state. ADVERTISEMENT With the state making remarkable strides in implementation of various e-governance initiatives, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy declared Kerala as the ‘complete digital state’. “The state has achieved 100 per cent mobile density, 75 per cent e-literacy, highest digital banking rate and broadband connection upto panchayat level,” Chandy said in his 69th independence day speech at the Central Stadium here.

Eating With Your Hands and Other Indian Food Traditions


Americans love a loaded Thanksgiving table, Chinese can’t do without chopsticks, Britons have formal dining traditions and the rest of the world has its own – different cultures, cuisines and customs. With a rich heritage that is among the world’s oldest, the history of Indian cuisine dates back 5000 thousand years. The Indian dinning etiquette is built on traditions. And behind almost every tradition are centuries of invasions, conquests, religious beliefs, political changes and social customs.