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TVF CEO Arunabh Kumar booked for molestation 30.3.2017 News
Allegations over a blog post culminate in case of molestation being filed against Kumar
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Paying tribute through a wall of portrait 30.3.2017 TOI: Chennai
Close to 50 transgenders residing in the Tsunami Quarters, Ernavur, and as many activists and volunteers, will unite on March 30 to pay tribute to a friend they lost in November last year.
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Shamefully racist 29.3.2017 HBL: Letters
At a time when Indians face hate crimes in the US, Australia and New Zealand, and there is pressure on the Government to ensure the safety of Indians abroad, the attacks on Nigerian students in Grea...
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Alva’s students excel in wrestling competition, cultural fest 29.3.2017 Hindu: Mangalore
Students from Alva’s Educational Institutions, Moodabidri, bagged gold medals in all weight-categories of the Women’s Open Wrestling Competition conducted by Janani Women’s and Chidlren Development Ch...
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Restoring the lost glory 28.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
When Pradveen Shanoo and his friends relocated to the city a while ago, they had a chance to attend a programme knit around 'World Motorcycle Day'. Pradveen saw a whole lot of bikes and biker clubs. However, he didn't see any club for Yamaha RX bikes. This prompted him to start a club exclusively for RX Yamaha owners. Established less than a year ago, Rx Owners' Club - Bengaluru, has grown and now has 200 members. The idea, says Pradveen, is to reclaim the lost glory of the RX Yamaha, which is one of the earliest Japanese speed demons to have conquered the Indian market in the 80s. Every member of the club is passionate not only about their prized possession but also about adventure, exploring new places and understanding the mechanics of this bike. "People have a very negative impression about RX Yamaha. Our idea is to revive the lost glory of this bike. Every member is passionate about the bike, respects and values it," he says. Santosh Babu, another founding member of the club, says, "You don't get ...
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Guitars do the talking 28.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The 'Terra Guitar Quartet' draws inspiration from a diverse and heterogeneous culture and world view. Consisting of Pedro Rocha (Brazil), Madhavan Somanathan (India), Jihyung Park (South Korea) and Xavier Jara (USA), the band sees each member's style and background becoming a reservoir of knowledge for the rest. The international classical guitar group was formed by these four young guitar virtuosos who travelled to France to study classical guitar under French maestro Judicael Perroy. Recently in the city to perform at the Bangalore School of Music, Madhavan chats with Anushree Agarwal about their journey, their unique musical style and why the concert in Bengaluru has been the most memorable for them. How did the quartet come about? Each of us was individually motivated to move to France and study classical guitar at a professional level under the pedagogy of Judicael Perroy. In 2014, we met for the first time as students in his class and subsequently became friends. Less than a year later, we formed ...
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Grand welcome awaits brand new year 28.3.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Ugadi, one of the most popular festivals of Karnataka, is here. Religious programmes and cultural activities have been planned across the city to welcome the Hindu New Year. Panchanga Shravana, a reading of the almanac at homes and temples, is a key component of the festivities. The Ramaseva Mandali, Srirampuram, has also planned Panchanga Shravana, as part of the annual 88th Ugadi-Ramanavami celebrations. "There will be performances by renowned artistes like Mysore Ramachandrachar and Prashanth Iyengar. We are expecting a big audience this year," said Krishnamurthy B, one of the organisers. Panchanga Shravana was held at Kashi Mutt in Malleswaram on Tuesday morning itself. Special prayers were offered to the deity of Parthasarathy. For theatre lovers, Ranga Samaja Cultural Society is staging interesting plays such as Sangya-Balya and Hittina Hunja as part of its three-day Ugadi cultural extravaganza, starting Wednesday. On Tuesday, people thronged the markets to buy fresh mango leaves and other ...
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Bengaluru-based online meat brand Licious raises $10 mn in fresh funding 28.3.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
Bengaluru-based online meat brand Licious has raised $10 million in fresh funding led by Mayfield India as it looks to expand its service outside of its home market starting with Hyderabad and Delhi-NCR.The round also saw participation from Mohandas Pai's 3one4 Capital, Sistema Asia Fund and Neoplux Technology Fund. Licious will use the capital to grow its technology apart from enabling the company to setup meat processing facilities and supply chain at all its new locations."The money we've raised now will primarily go into expansion in new cities and building better technology in the back end which includes state of the art meat processing facilities. While this isn't a very capital intensive business, it's a very infrastructure dependent business," said Vivek Gupta, founder at Licious.Licious says it already makes money on every order, but isn't profitable at a company level due to investments it continues to make into the business. With another $10 million in the bank, Gupta says .
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‘Perfect lighting will invigorate theatrical performances’ 28.3.2017 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Three-day workshop on ‘Theatre Lighting’ begins
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A different lens: Moving up the ladder with biz education and liberal arts 28.3.2017 Latest News
The programme has helped many girls find what they really want or are suited to do
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L&T Construction wins orders worth Rs 2490 crores 28.3.2017 Latest News
It has bagged an order from a premier government organisation for a hospital project in New Delhi
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SR&BGNR Govt. College showcases its achievements 28.3.2017 Hindu: Home
NAAC peer team visit for third cycle of assessment and accreditation
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Moving up the ladder with biz education and liberal arts 28.3.2017 News
The programme has helped many girls find what they really want or are suited to do
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Now, host a concert at your own home 27.3.2017 Hindu: Home
House concerts are being welcomed by listeners and artists
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Under the Sufi spell 27.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Jahan-e-Khusrau saw a series of spirited performances that touched the soul
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A rare encounter 27.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Japanese Niko player Haruyo Kimura talks of bridging borders through her music without lyrics
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'Return to me the Bengaluru of old' 27.3.2017 TOI: Cities
I was born and brought up in Bengaluru. It is my only home town and I have never relocated out of my sweet city. It's not that I have not got opportunities to study or work outside Bengaluru.
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Come home to food 27.3.2017 HBL: Home
In a country that abounds as much with cooking talent as with customers craving for authentic food, home chefs have found the perfect market to not just make money, but also preserve traditional cuisines. Rashmi Pratap reports
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Ola Play launched in Hyderabad 27.3.2017 HBL: Shipping News
Cab aggregator Ola has expanded its Ola Play services to Hyderabad. The service, currently available in Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai, provides personalised content over the cloud.“Our customers spend ...
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‘U.S. campuses still value diversity’ 27.3.2017 Hindu: Cities
Danek Torrey, Associate Director of International Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment at Purdue University, dispels fears amid increasing reports of hate crimes against Indians in the U.S.
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