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Facebook apologises to Saldanha, restores his post 7.2.2018 Hindu: Cities
Social media giant Facebook on Tuesday apologised to Bengaluru-based environmental activist Leo Saldanha and restored a comment he had posted on the film Padmaavat, which it had blocked following a th...
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California Sounds: Sunny War's elemental blues, Khruangbin's global stomp and Van William's confident folk-rock 2.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

Sunny War, “With the Sun” (Hen House). Those who hang out around Venice Beach or hit L.A.-area farmers markets at some point may have paused to admire Sunny War’s way with a guitar.

The artist, born Sydney Ward, has been busking around town for close to a decade now — no small feat considering...

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Sophos infuses advanced deep learning into 'Intercept X' 31.1.2018 All News-IANS Stories
British IT security company Sophos on Wednesday announced that its "Intercept X" solution with malware detection is now powered by advanced deep learning neural networks which is more effective than traditional Machine Learning (ML).
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Activists in the lurch as Tree Authority is yet to be set up 26.1.2018 Hindu: Home
They could have presented a proper challenge to Tree Officer’s order to fell trees
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Socially responsible investing gets a Trump bump 25.1.2018 AP Business
NEW YORK (AP) -- Decades after she began investing, Diana Casey for the first time put money in mutual funds that favor companies with women in corner offices and otherwise aim to invest in a socially responsible way. Her inspiration? President Donald Trump....
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World's largest money manager to CEOs: You must do good for society 17.1.2018 Washington Post
World's largest money manager to CEOs: You must do good for society
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Understanding RERA implications 15.1.2018 B & C – The Navhind Times
Five industry bodies got together recently to disseminate information of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) that is applicable to Goa’s real estate industry. The seminar was jointly organised by the GCCI, ICAI, CREDAI, IIA and GAR at the ESG auditorium, Panjim. The seminar focused on understanding the key issues under the RERA Act and highlighting its ...
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Revised Master Plan-2031: Revisions only – neither mastery nor planning? 11.1.2018 Citizen Matters
What does revised master plan have in it? Is it progressive or just an extension of the old plan? Here's a curation of views on RMP 2031. ...
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China to build new naval destroyer equipped with air defence, anti-submarin... 5.1.2018 DNA: Bangalore
China to build new naval destroyer equipped with air defence, anti-submarin...
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Meet India's new 'takeover tycoon' 27.12.2017 Rediff: Business
There is growing apprehension among businesses on the contours of what constitutes 'public interest' and the conditions under which it could be invoked by the government to take control of a company.
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How to plan Bengaluru: A city for people and not for profit 20.12.2017 Citizen Matters
The workshop unpacked a few underlying assumptions of master-planning, to display its inadequacy for the current reality of Bengaluru’s cityscape. ...
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Can Interlinking Rivers and Greening their Banks Save our Cities? 18.12.2017 Citizen Matters
Planting trees along riversides may not be good sometimes, as it might interfere with the ecology of the area. This, and many other issues related to river rejuvenation were discussed. »
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BRIEF-Yes Bank ‍selected in MSCI All Country World index 23.11.2017 Sify Finance
Nov 23 (Reuters) - Yes Bank Ltd
Encroachment problem: Back to square one 22.11.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
The recommendations of the House committee are ambiguous
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Fossil-Free Finance 13.11.2017 American Prospect
This article appears in the Fall 2017 issue of The American Prospect.  Subscribe here .  Sitting shoulder to shoulder, holding signs that read “#Divest” and “Climate Justice Now!,” hundreds of student activists lined the halls of the third floor of the administration building at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in April of 2016. Outside, crowds gathered in solidarity. Pizza was brought in for the protesters. Fully aware of their imminent arrest—15 students had been arrested the day before—many still refused to leave. They were escorted out in handcuffs. One protester being led to a squad car had a cardboard sign hanging around her neck: “Arrested for protecting my future.” Elsewhere, Harvard students were arrested after hosting a sit-in inside the Boston Federal Reserve building. Some 3,000 miles away and two weeks later, Stanford students gathered outside Memorial Church protesting the school’s refusal to sell off fossil fuel investments, holding a banner that read “Temperatures Are Rising, So ...
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Fossil-Free Finance 13.11.2017 American Prospect
This article appears in the Fall 2017 issue of The American Prospect.  Subscribe here .  Sitting shoulder to shoulder, holding signs that read “#Divest” and “Climate Justice Now!,” hundreds of student activists lined the halls of the third floor of the administration building at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in April of 2016. Outside, crowds gathered in solidarity. Pizza was brought in for the protesters. Fully aware of their imminent arrest—15 students had been arrested the day before—many still refused to leave. They were escorted out in handcuffs. One protester being led to a squad car had a cardboard sign hanging around her neck: “Arrested for protecting my future.” Elsewhere, Harvard students were arrested after hosting a sit-in inside the Boston Federal Reserve building. Some 3,000 miles away and two weeks later, Stanford students gathered outside Memorial Church protesting the school’s refusal to sell off fossil fuel investments, holding a banner that read “Temperatures Are Rising, So ...
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Court sets precedent with local disposal of waste in Bengaluru 13.11.2017 Citizen Matters
As cities get bigger with more population, the volume of municipal waste is only going to increase. In this background, it makes sense to handle waste locally, and this order sets a precedent. ...
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Thomson Reuters Launches Latest Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report 12.11.2017 New Kerala: World News
Thomson Reuters Launches Latest Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report
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How to fund climate-smart cities 8.11.2017 HBL: Home
Local bodies need to be equipped in technological and financial terms to deal with climate finance for risk mitigation
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ECCO Safety Group, Worldwide Leader in LED Lighting Technology, Debuts New Premium Off-Road Lighting Brand in the U.S 8.11.2017 New Kerala: World News
ECCO Safety Group, Worldwide Leader in LED Lighting Technology, Debuts New Premium Off-Road Lighting Brand in the U.S
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