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Deve Gowda unimpressed with Infosys chief's new blueprint for development 17.10.2005 Hindu: Front Page
Says new mantra of shifting focus on urban-rural partnership is old wine in new bottle
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Reader's Mail 17.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Sir, -- The number of accidents has increased near Double Gate, Jeppu, on the road between Joseph Nagar and St. Antony's Poor Home. Traffic on the road is chaotic, as buses stop on either side of the road and motorists over speed. I urge the ...
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Reader's Mail 17.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Sir, -- The new BEL Road between Sadashivnagar Police Station and M.S. Ramaiah Hospital is one of the most beautiful roads in Bangalore because of trees on either side of the road. But the road is fast becoming a death trap because of ...
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Infosys chief's blueprint: Deve Gowda sceptical 17.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Says his new mantra is nothing but old wine in new bottle
Navy divers to help replace dam gate 13.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
They assisted local officials to install emergency stop log gate: Dharam Singh They assisted officials in the installation of stop log gate after breach at Narayanpur reservoir: Dharam Singh
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Crowning glory 8.10.2005 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
L'Or?al Professionnel, a pioneer in the hairdressing industry, kickstarted the third regional rounds of the Colour Trophy, the glamorous and prestigious hairdressing event in India at Bangalore's ITC Windsor Sheraton recently, which had an ...
What's the alternative? 5.10.2005 TOI: Bangalore Times
No autos in 12 commercial zones? Bangaloreans don't like the idea.
Work on metro rail to begin in December 5.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Traffic management plan being prepared to ensure least disturbance to public
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City's war connection 4.10.2005 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
Bangalore played a significant role in both the World Wars
Metro rail to reduce travel time by half 3.10.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
When fully operational, it will transport 8.2 lakh passengers every day
Metro boon to commuters 3.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
When operational, it will transport 8.2 lakh passengers every day
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`Build metro rail with public funds' 2.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Project will not be viable with loans from financial institutions, say experts
NICE, NHAI settle dispute over interchange on NH 7 29.9.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
The judges in their order said: `We are happy that the parties have settled their dispute amicably.'
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Pictures with propaganda 28.9.2005 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
Jacques-Louis David was one of the most influential neoclassicists and was Napoleon's official painter
IT firms will not boycott 22.9.2005 Rediff: Business
After months of bitter exchanges over this city's crumbling infrastructure, the Karnataka government and the IT industry on Thursday smoked the peace pipe, paving the way for the smooth conduct of the state's flagship tech event 'Bangalore
Decks for Bangalore metro to be cleared soon: Azad 17.9.2005
<img src=""><p align="justify">Union Urban Development Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad todaysaid decks would soon be cleared for Bangalore metro rail project, as it only needed the approval from the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs.
Cutting through the urban jungle 14.9.2005 India Together
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IT.IN boycott: CM says it is systematic propaganda 10.9.2005
<img src=""><p align="justify">Peeved over the IT sector's repeated threat to boycott Karnataka's flagship IT event here in October over infrastructural woes in the country's IT hub, Karnataka Chief Minister N Dharam today (Sept 10, 2005) hit back, saying there was a 'systematic propaganda' against him.
Karnataka Congress leaders hit out at Devegowda 7.9.2005
<img src=""><p align="justify">About half a dozen Congress leaders of Karnataka, including few former Ministers, yesterday decried former Prime Minister H D Devegowda's interference in their party affairs and called for an end to what they termed as 'blackmail politics' of the Janata Dal - Secular (JDS) Chief.
Urban renewal: For the people, by diktat 5.9.2005 India Together
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