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I'll hang myself if corruption charges are proved, says HD kumaraswamy 24.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
I'll hang myself if corruption charges are proved, says HD kumaraswamy
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Not all who aced Common Entrance Test scored big in NEET 24.6.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
Three CET toppers have managed to get NEET rank within 500
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Capital tops third Smart City chart 24.6.2017 Hindu: Home
The State capital topped the chart in the third round of the Smart City Challenge focusing on improvement of the basic infrastructure for sustainable development of the core city area. The Thiruvanant...
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Tourism in Kashmir collapses, as stone-pelting images dominate TV 23.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
At the Dal Lake in Srinagar, Rizwan Ahmad Bhat stands next to his traditional boat, the shikara named Do Badan Ek Jan (two bodies, one soul), waiting for tourists. Last year this time, the lake was packed with visitors exploring its waters and the views of the surrounding Zabarwan hills.
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NEET results: Sankeerth Sadananda from Bengaluru bags fourth rank 23.6.2017 Hindu: Home
 The much awaited results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (UG) were announced on Friday. The scores are a gateway to seats in medical and dental institutions across the country. CBSE ann...
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Presidential Election 2017: Congress using Meira Kumar as `sacrificial goat`, says BJP 23.6.2017 Zee News : India National
Former Lok Sabha speaker Meira Kumar has been announced as the Opposition's Presidential nominee.
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Congress using Meira Kumar as 'sacrificial goat': BJP 23.6.2017 New Kerala: India News
Congress using Meira Kumar as 'sacrificial goat': BJP
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Police find 4 Bangladeshis with Indian ID cards 23.6.2017 Hindu: Cities
The illegal immigrants have been accused of murder
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K'taka assembly imposes jail term on 2 scribes over 'defamatory articles' 23.6.2017 Rediff: News
A resolution to punish the two journalists -- Belagere, who is Editor of Hi Bangalore, and Anil Raju, Editor of Yelahanka Voice -- was adopted by the assembly by a voice vote
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BSY tells BJP cadre to be ready for early Assembly polls 22.6.2017 deccanherald.com
Aday after the Congress government announced crop loan waiver up to Rs 50,000, the state BJPon Thursday decided to step up its preparations for the next Assembly polls. The BJP is of the view that the state government announced the loan waiver scheme with an eye on the polls and is even anticipating early Assembly elections. The saffron party leaders believe that the ruling party may advance the polls to December this year. On Thursday, BJPstate president B SYeddyurappa chaired a series of meetings at the party headquarters in Bengaluru. He held discussions with party office-bearers and interacted with district presidents and general secretaries. The party has drawn up a plan wherein at least 100 workers from each Assembly constituency would be working for 15 days in places assigned to them. Yeddyurappa said they should work towards expanding and strengthening the party base, expose the "misdeeds" of the state government, visit local party leaders, examine the voters' list and identify potential ...
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Bangaldeshis held for running prostitution racket 22.6.2017 deccanherald.com
The city police cracked a prostitution racket by arresting four Bangladeshi nationals. All the four were on the run after killing one of their associates over a trivial row in July 2016 in Nelamangala. The suspects, Obimulla (26), Moin Khan (26), Rakimulla (33) and Mohammed Kislu (35), hail from Parambishnupura, Narail district, in Bangladesh. They had obtained Aadhaar cards, voter IDs and PAN cards through a local contact identified as Janardhana Reddy from RT Nagar. Additional Commissioner of Police (East) Hemant Nimbalkar said they would find out what documents the suspects used to apply for the cards. Reddy will also be booked, he said. The suspects, who crossed the border illegally along with others, had stayed in Kolkata for some time before shifting their base to Bengaluru a few years ago. They took a house on rent in Nelamangala to run the prostitution racket. The suspects had strangled one of their associates—identified as Imrul Choudhary—to death and since then, they were on the ...
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Ashwini for KAA top post 22.6.2017 Deccan Herald - Sports
Former India international Ashwini Nachappa will contest for the post of president and secretary of the Karnataka Athletics Association (KAA) in the elections to be held here on July 1. Dr G Parameshwara, the current president, who had put his name for the top post again, withdrew on Thursday, the last day to file the nominations. Parameshwara, president of KAA since 2004, was not eligible to contest as he had already completed 12 years in the post. The KAA in 2015 had amended its constitution, in line with the Sports Code, and according to the changed rule, a president could hold office for a maximum period of 12 years with or without a break. Also contesting for the president's post against Ashwini, who currently heads the Bangalore Urban District Athletics Association (BUDAA), will be HT Mahadev, secretary, Hassan District Athletics Association. For the secretary's post, Rajavelu, from the Shimoga District Athletics Association, will be Ashwini's opponent. Sources said that the incumbent KAA ...
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Top 3 IIMs see rise in gender parity 22.6.2017 All Management Stories
Efforts in the pre-interview screening and increased weightage in shortlisting has resulted in the top three Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) posting a better gender and discipline diversity this year over the past few years. For instance, at 31 per cent, IIM Calcutta has posted its highest share of female candidates among its 462 strong batch. As against 16.5 per cent in the previous batch of 2016-18, IIM-C saw share of female candidates rise to 31 per cent or 145 students in 2017-19 batch, its highest ever.IIM Bangalore too which saw a rise in its female students ratio to 28 per cent in 2016-18 batch, maintained it this year as well for its 405 strong 2017-19 batch.Even on the discipline front, the top three IIMs have seen the same rise in diversity. While IIM Ahmedabad (IIM-A) is yet to release its latest batch profile, last year the institute had seen share of non-engineers in its 2016-18 batch grow to 20 per cent, the highest in the past five years, as well as 21 per cent ..
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KPSC row: HC refuses to uphold appointment orders 22.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
KPSC row: HC refuses to uphold appointment orders
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Four Bangaladesh nationals arrested for murder, running prostitution racket 22.6.2017 Hindu: News
The Bengaluru city police have arrested four Bangaladesh nationals on charge of murder and running a prostitution racket. The four were on the run since July last year after they killed one of their ...
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NSDC, Schneider's 'Centre of Excellence' to strengthen renewable energy sector 22.6.2017 New Kerala: Business India
NSDC, Schneider's 'Centre of Excellence' to strengthen renewable energy sector
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NATA ranks announced, many students unhappy with marking system 22.6.2017 deccanherald.com
The rankings for NATA, the test for admissions to architecture courses, were announced by the Council of Architecture on Tuesday evening. The Council of Architecture had announced NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) results on June 9 and the rankings were given on Tuesday night. Of the 37,246 candidates who had appeared for the test all over the country, 24,540 qualified. Jahnavi J scored 172 out of 200 and stood first in Karnataka. Abhinav J of Deeksha Center for Learning PU College, Kanakapura Road, scored 170 to get the second rank while Akshita Kabra of National Public School, Koramangala secured the 3rd rank with a score of 161. However, many students were disappointed with the Council of Architecture's decision to consider JEE B.Arch marks along with the main board marks. Until this year, the NATA score was given taking into account 50% marks from the main board exams and 50% marks from the NATA exam. However, last year, the Council of Architecture decided to consider 50% marks from the ...
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CCTV cameras must on business premises 22.6.2017 deccanherald.com
The Legislative Assembly on Wednesday passed the Karnataka Public Safety (Measures) Enforcement Bill, 2017, which makes it mandatory for owners of various establishments in the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike and other city corporations limits to instal CCTV cameras on their premises. Piloting the bill on behalf of Home Minister G Parameshwara, Law Minister T B Jayachandra said the bill makes it mandatory for owners of the establishments to make available video footage from the CCTV cameras, if sought by the police for investigation. The House also passed a bill that provides for collecting a cess at the time of vehicle registration to be utilised for road safety purposes. Piloting the Karnataka Road Safety Authority Bill, 2017, Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy said the state witnessed 44,000 accidents resulting in 11,133 deaths last year. The provisions of the bill provide for putting in place road safety measures with the aim of brininging down the number of accidents. The bill also provides for ...
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Wrong answer in TET to be rectified 22.6.2017 deccanherald.com
Health Minister Ramesh Kumar on Wednesday told the council that mistake in the question papers in the Teacher's Eligibility Test (TET) held in January this year will be rectified.

Replying to JD(S) member Ramesh Babu in the council, he said the TET examination was conducted on January 15. The key answer for a question regarding the name of the first chairman of Backward Classes Commission was wrong.

Many candidates lost one mark even though they answered the question correctly. A candidate who had answered the question correctly lost the teacher's job just by one mark. Justice should be done to such candidates, he added. The minister admitted that it was an error and assured the House that the mistake will be rectified.

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Farm loan waiver sparks speculation of early election, leaves oppn worried 22.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Farm loan waiver sparks speculation of early election, leaves oppn worried
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