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'Music Run' 2nd edition gets Bengaluru's fitness, music fans together 20.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Like to run with music in your ears? A 'Music Run' held here offered just that. Over 8,500 Bengalureans took part in the second edition of Fastrack Music Run that brought a 5-km run and a music festival under the same roof.
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Bengaluru Metro signs row: Surge in Kannadiga pride offers Siddaramaiah chance to score points 20.8.2017 India Today| STATES
The protest over Hindi signages on Bengaluru Metro sets off another bout of language chauvinism and gives the Congress a stick to beat the BJP with.
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First-of-its-kind Habba at Sankey Tank 20.8.2017 Hindu: Home
It was a festive mood at Sankey Tank on Sunday (August 20) where hundreds of people gathered to participate in Namma Bengaluru Habba 2017, organised by the Tourism Department. The festival was a one-o...
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Man dies after lightning strike 19.8.2017 deccanherald.com
Saligrama (K R Nagar Taluk): A 25-year-old man was struck dead by lightning at Munjanahalli in K R Nagar taluk of Mysuru district on Saturday.

The victim has been identified as Ramesh of Chikka Berya. A roadside food vendor, Ramesh was going to KR Nagar to buy provisions in his two-wheeler. After it started raining, he parked his two-wheeler and took shelter under a tree at Munjanahalli when the lightning struck.

A case has been registered at Saligrama police station.

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Under-25 Lit Fest 19.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
The second edition of the Under 25 Lit Festival will be held at CoWrks at Indiranagar. After last year's success, the organisers are hoping for a much bigger turnout this time around. The organisers had roped in the likes of Jeet Thayil, Durjoy Datta and a few other popular writers in the inaugural edition. This year, they boast of an equally brilliant lineup of authors and speakers. Former Union minister Margaret Alva will set the ball rolling by speaking on the topic 'The Importance of Courage and Commitment in Today's World', followed by a session on 'Can fiction writing be taught or is it inborn'. Vinayak Loysum, a software engineer by profession but musician by choice, will perform for the audience. This will be followed by an interactive session titled 'The Best Seller Code' with Preeti Shenoy. Slam poet, Aranya Johar who shot to fame with her poem on gender discrimination on Women's Day this year, will conduct a session on 'The Art of ...
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This one's for the young ones 19.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The wish of a 10-year-old aspiring magician to watch a fantasy film on the day of release clashes with her mother's work commitment in the film Little Magician, directed by Neha Sharma. And, as a city-bred boy travels to his ancestral village in Odisha, he witnesses developments that cut through the heart of a natural resource in the film The Waterfall, directed by Lipika Singh Darai. At the National Awards this year, the former story has been marked as the best film based on family values and the latter story has been recognised as the best educational film, both belonging to the non-feature category. These films come as a collaboration between the directors and a film-based module called School Cinema of an educational firm in Bengaluru. Neha Sharma says she moved to Mumbai to tell visual stories, but first assisted directors in Bollywood on mega projects and learnt a lot from them. And now is the time to tell her own stories. And for Lipika Singh Darai, who comes from Odisha, this is her fourth ...
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Where his feet take him 19.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
On meeting 37-year-old John Anthony for the first time, I discover that he abstains from cigarettes and alcohol, and is extremely shy when on stage. "My friends ask me, 'You don't drink, you don't smoke, what do you do at parties, John?' to which, I tell them that I'm a good observer. I watch how people dance," John tells me. He is not too particular or regimental about his diet either. "I just ate a lot of rice and came," he laughs, as his words belie his sinewy frame. John is remarkably calm as he sips on a can of Red Bull while talking about how he began working at the age of 15 to support his family, putting himself through evening college and later, establishing himself as a dance instructor. Coming from a humble background, he graduated with an MBA in Travel Management and started his career as a courier delivery boy. Fifteen years ago, being a travel consultant at an agency entailed 16 hours of work a day, and being one of the youngest travel managers in the country (at 22), he even had to work ...
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Gen Next designers find inspiration in Johnnie Walker's striding man 19.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Three Gen Next designers Asa Kazingmei, Abhishek Paatni and Ajay Kumar presented a specially curated limited edition capsule collection inspired by Johnnie Walker's iconic striding man on the fourth day of the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2017 here on Saturday.
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The storyteller with 6,000 grandchildren 19.8.2017 Hindu: Home
Kahaaniwali Naani has children all over the world subscribing to her weekly tales
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If your music can touch souls, there's nothing like it 19.8.2017 TOI: All Headlines
If your music can touch souls, there's nothing like it
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Get skilled this weekend 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
I remember the day my mother came home from work with a special treat for my brother and me — an audio cassette of the latest Aamir Khan-Madhuri Dixit movie Dil. We listened to the songs more than a 100 times, tirelessly flipping the cassette over and over, Side A to Side B to Side A to Side B. We vowed to treasure that tape forever. We didn't factor in technology. Over the next two decades, we watched the rise of several miraculous inventions, and their overnight plunge into obsolescence. Cassettes, VCRs, floppy disks, film cameras; all consumed by the ruthless cycle of invention and disruption. It is not just technology that has seen this disruption. Society and all that we hold familiar and unshakeable is also going through this reinvention, sweeping into oblivion entire pages of a painstakingly acquired lexicon. One such casualty is the word "hobby". It has faded almost completely from usage, like ornate handwriting from the yellowed pages of an ancient diary. In fact, the word seems to have ...
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Beware of communals preaching secularism: Siddaramaiah 18.8.2017 TOI: Cities
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday said his government is committed to give protection to the Muslim community in the state and he called upon the Muslims that they should beware of those pretending to be secularist even while supporting communalism.
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Everybody loves a good war 18.8.2017 Hindu: Home
Quasar Thakore Padamsee’s staging of what is hailed as the greatest anti-war statement brings Arundhati Nag back to the Mumbai stage after four decades
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Institutional investors hit as Infosys shares fall over CEO's resignation 18.8.2017 Business Standard: Markets & Investing
415 MF schemes have exposure to Infosys shares worth a total of Rs 21,240 cr
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Infosys says Murthy's charges 'completely untenable' 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Breaking News Rss Feeds
Infosys today lashed out at fresh charges by founder NR Narayana Murthy, saying suggestions that world-renowned law firms will "connive" with the board twice to overlook alleged "misdeeds" of a CEO and give a clean chit were "completely untenable".The comments came after Murthy said that several shareholders, who had read the whistle-blower report, had told him that an "impartial and objective investigation" does not happen in the manner in which Infosys' probe was conducted.Infosys Chairman R Seshasayee rubbished the claims saying that probe had been conducted by world renowned firms."... to
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Infosys says Narayana Murthy's charges 'completely untenable' 18.8.2017 ET: IETS
Infosys Chairman R Seshasayee rubbished the claims saying that probe had been conducted by world renowned firms.
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murthy: Infosys says Murthy's charges 'completely untenable' - Times of India 18.8.2017 TOI: All Headlines
murthy: Infosys says Murthy's charges 'completely untenable' - Times of India
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Canon India celebrates World Photography Day with workshops 18.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
In a bid to promote imaging culture, Canon India on Friday organised a series of activities and workshops across the country in celebration of 'World Photography Day' that falls on August 19.
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Beyond boundaries 18.8.2017 Hindu: Home
In a little over a week, the action will unfold once again as the Covelong Point Surf, Music and Yoga Festival returns for the fifth year
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Enagi Balappa no more 18.8.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
The 103-year-old renowned theatre personality was a recipient of numerous awards
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