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Manish, Prajna bag honours 22.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Sports
Mysuru's Manish and Bengaluru Urban's Prajna Prakash clinched men's and women's 100 metres' gold respectively on the opening day of the Dasara Games here at the Chamundi Vihar stadium on Friday. Manish, a student of Mahatma Gandha Memorial College in Udupi, clocked 10.6 seconds to edge Bengaluru Urban's K M Aiyappa (10.7 seconds). Local lad Mohammad Paigambar bagged the third spot in 10.8 seconds. Manish thus defended the gold he had won last year. "I am delighted to be the champion for the second straight time. I thank my coach Zaheer Abbas for his guidance," said Manish. If the men's race saw a tight finish, the women's 100 metres was a lopsided affair. Prajna, an employee at the Forest Department in Bengaluru, eased to victory in 11.8 seconds. Mysuru's Apsana Begum (12.00) and Bengaluru's A T Dhaneshwari (12.10) completed the podium. In long jump, athletes from Mysuru topped in the men's and women's sections. T R Anush won the men's gold while the women's crown was bagged by A Priya. A second year ...
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Two silver oak trees uprooted 21.9.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Two silver oak trees were uprooted at 11th Cross in Nagendra Block of Girinagar on Thursday.

Though the trees fell on a house, no one was hurt in the incident.

"The soil near the tree became loose after the heavy rain that the city received over the past few days. The trees were uprooted in the strong breeze in the afternoon," said Satheesh, a local resident.

"The roof has been completely damaged and fortunately the children who were playing near the tree escaped unhurt. But some household articles and cables were damaged," he said.

Forest officials of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) have cleared the tree.
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Big cats fight: Injured white tiger dies in Bannerghatta 21.9.2017 deccanherald.com

The White tiger, which was attacked by Royal Bengal Tigers recently in Bannerghatta National park, near Bengaluru has succumbed to injuries on Thursday.

Two tigers were injured on Sunday afternoon, after they sneaked through the gates separating them with Royal Bengal tigers.

The deceased white tiger Shreyas (9) was seviourly injured in the attack. Another tiger Amar is improving and he had injuries on his jaw and paw.

More details awaited


Related: Tigers breach safari gates, get into scuffle


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UK's Drax chief executive Dorothy Thompson to step down 21.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
DRAX GROUP-CEO/ (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-UK's Drax chief executive Dorothy Thompson to step down
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Recruitment test scrapped 20.9.2017 Deccan Herald - News
The Department of Higher Education has directed the Davangere University to cancel recruitment tests for teaching and non-teaching posts scheduled to be held on Thursday and Friday following complaints that the question papers had been leaked. The university had announced written tests for the posts of assistant professor, associate professor, professor, helper, assistant librarian, office superintendent and other posts. The university's website flashed a message that the tests had been postponed and that new dates would be announced soon.
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Set the floor on fire 20.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
High Ultra Lounge will present a musical evening with Bengaluru's own talented DJ Ivan on September 23, 9 pm onwards.

You can kickstart your weekend by flaunting your best moves as DJ Ivan is all set to raise the
temperature with his signature tunes like tech house, future house and trap.

For details, call 45674567.
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Sketches from a second home 19.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Being entrepreneurs, Tanmoy Karmakar from Dhanbad, Jharkhand and Shatarupa Adhikary from Siliguri, West Bengal love the city for reasons other than the pleasant weather and cheerful people. The encouragement the young professionals received was heartening they owe their personal and professional growth to the city. Tanmoy is the director and co-founder of Loadshare Networks and Shatarupa is programme and sales lead with Lunate Technologies. They have a daughter Ishita. While it was a campus placement that brought Shatarupa to the city in 2009, Tanmoy, who was in Mumbai then, decided to follow suit as he thought this would be the best place to start their life together. There are many facets of the city that the duo fell in love with. Shatarupa says that the professional nature of the people here is very encouraging. "It taught me many things about work ethics and how to behave with people," she details. About moving to the city, Tanmoy says, "It was impossible to imagine buying a house and settling ...
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Despite rain, where is the Arkavathi? 18.9.2017 Hindu: Home
Bengaluru has received over 800 mm rainfall. While reservoirs and tanks have filled up, the river itself seems to have disappeared
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The sweet taste of success 18.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Honey is both the nectar from flowers and a term used to express endearment for someone's sweetheart. The twain have combined more seamlessly for G Raju, an ace beekeeper from Harati village in Kolar district. What began as a labour of love years ago has turned into a lifetime passion. Travelling across the State, he maintains over 700 beehive boxes in farms, gardens, orchards and backyards. Honeybees demand nothing from the beneficiaries except some space where their industriousness could blossom uninterrupted. And in turn, they help the farmers increase the yield through pollination. Raju became interested in bees around the turn of the century while working in an apiary in Punjab. Back in Karnataka in 2001, he rented a house in Bengaluru and placed some beehive boxes in the green surroundings. Bees began to hover around and he saw the potential for adding more boxes. A session of training in Bhagamandala in Kodagu led him to take beekeeping as the main source of livelihood. He decided to place beehive ...
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Heavy rain batters Nilgiris district 18.9.2017 Hindu: Home
Heavy rain battered most parts of the Nilgiris during the weekend, leading to major disruptions, especially in the Pandalur region. According to the revenue administration, disaster management and mit...
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Yet another attempt to reduce traffic entering Cubbon Park 18.9.2017 Hindu: Cities
Authorities conduct survey to study number of vehicles passing through the park
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People's Problems 17.9.2017 Deccan Herald - City
Repair dusty, muddy road The road from Sahakaranagar railway gate to the railway overbridge and the Hanuman Temple and further to Big Market has become worse as huge pits have formed on it. It needs urgent attention. Around 50 tractors have been carrying and dumping mud on a particular plot in Kodigehalli every day for several months now. We are having a dust problem. Roads have deposits of mud, too. Mala Bhargava Hoarding blocks footpath A large hoarding has been put up on East End Main Road, after the Carmel Convent bus stop, condoling the death of someone in the neighbourhood. The hoarding has blocked the entire footpath and fully masked a government notification. Can anyone put up such hoardings, causing inconvenience to the general public? The BBMP does have rules and regulations about putting up hoardings but it does not have the machinery to enforce them. All over the city, we come across hoardings that express good wishes, happiness and condolences. Since the BBMP is not able to take any action, ...
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'I love everything about the city' 17.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Many visit India to learn about the culture and to explore the different cities, but Carlos Rodriguez had a different mission. Hailing from Ibi, in the state of Alicante in Spain, Carlos decided to come to India 12 years ago to learn English. "Spanish currency is very expensive in places like the UK and the US, so I chose to come to India to learn. I didn't know anything about the language when I first came here; it took a while but I'm quite confident about my English speaking skills now," he says. After travelling back and forth between the two countries, he decided to make Bengaluru his home two years ago with his wife Paromita Dhar. "I first came to Bengaluru in 2010 with a friend and fell in love with everything about the city — from the weather and trees to the lakes. I realised that it's a lot more comfortable to live in as compared to Delhi or Mumbai," he explains. Carlos works as a freelance teacher of Spanish in international schools as well as a consultant. He says, "Since my wife and I ...
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India's JSW Steel aims to increase own iron ore production 16.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
JSW STEEL-IRON ORE/ (REFILE):REFILE-India's JSW Steel aims to increase own iron ore production
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JSW Steel aims to increase own iron ore production 16.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
JSW-STEEL-IRON-ORE:JSW Steel aims to increase own iron ore production
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JSW Steel aims to increase own iron ore production 16.9.2017 Sify Finance
(Refiled to removes extraneous word from the headline)
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JSW Steel aims to to increase own iron ore production 16.9.2017 All Companies Stories
The company expects to begin producing ore from mines it won in a recent auction
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JSW Steel aims to to increase own iron ore production 15.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
JSW-STEEL-IRON-ORE:JSW Steel aims to to increase own iron ore production
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JSW Steel aims to to increase own iron ore production 15.9.2017 Sify Finance
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Is your asset safe? 15.9.2017 Hindu: Home
Consider the impact a possible natural disaster might have on your most important investment, says Sonal Sachdev
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