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Language no barrier 23.10.2014 HBL: Home
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Grievance meet 22.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Grievance meet
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Candles, lanterns alight anniversary celebrations of IEEE in city 22.10.2014 Star of Mysore
Candles, lanterns alight anniversary celebrations of IEEE in city
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Five things that can make your Deepavali celebrations more eco-friendly 22.10.2014 Citizen Matters

How are you celebrating Deepavali this year? Small tweaks to the way you celebrate could help in making your celebrations eco-friendly.

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Sound & light: Don’t take the zing out of the festival 22.10.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Sound & light: Don’t take the zing out of the festival
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Power supply to illegal hoardings riles Upa Lokayukta 22.10.2014 deccanherald.com
Cracking the whip on illegal hoardings and advertisement boards in the City, Upa Lokayukta Justice Subhash B Adi has directed the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and the Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (Bescom) to provide the list of renewal of hoardings and grant of permission of power supply to such billboards. Giving a slew of directions on the removal of unauthorised hoardings, Justice Adi ordered the two government agencies to make submissions before him on November 5 at 11.30 am. In his order, he asked the BBMP's assistant commissioner (advertisement) to furnish the list of applications received for the renewal of hoardings or grant of permission by the end of June 2014 to the managing director of Bescom for his action and report. He also directed the Bescom MD to submit the list of power supply connections made to the hoardings in the City. Referring to a complaint made by Saidatta of Karnataka Janahita Vedike&mdash;an NGO&mdash;Justice Adi maintained that there were just 2,000 ...
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Inter-university meet from Oct 26 22.10.2014 deccanherald.com
Jain University will host the All India Inter-university Aquatic Championship from October 26-30 at the Jain University Global Campus, Kanakpura, near here. The championship, which will see over 1000 participants from 120 universities, will be inaugurated by Olympian and five-time national champion Rehan Poncha. Some of the eminent swimmers across the top institutions making their presence include Poorva Shetty, Rakshit Shetty (both Jain University), Saurabh Sangvekar (University of Mumbai), Neil Contracter (Gujarat University), Jashandeep Singh (Punjab University) and Sneha T (RGUHS). Among the 1000 athletes, 650 will be competing in the swimming discipline while the rest will prove their mettle in water polo and diving events. Touch pads will be introduced during the meet. To ensure accuracy in the competition, an electronic device, which records the timing, will be placed in all the eight lanes before the start in addition to the regular manual timing method. "We have received strict guidelines from ...
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Of Hope and Warm Clothes 22.10.2014 newindianexpress.com
Distributing warm clothes to the flood victims of Jammu and Kashmir is Winter on Wheels, an initiative of two enterprising theatre artistes. City Express catches up with the two
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Model villages in our backyard have it all - Times of India 22.10.2014 Google News
Model villages in our backyard have it all Times of India Drinking water is provided under the Rajiv Gandhi Drinking Water Supply scheme. The Kapila river water gives a yield of three crops a year. Nearly 85% of people are into agriculture, mainly cultivation of paddy and sugarcane. "People get uninterrupted ...
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Priority on safety 21.10.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
This 'Deepavali', make sure you buy fire crackers from a licensed dealer. The BBMP, Bangalore City Police and the Fire and Emergency Services have issued temporary licences to more than 300 shops to sell fire crackers till October 24 at designated open grounds in the City. The three government bodies have come together to ensure that these shops are spaced out in open areas and not sold anywhere in the heart of the City. They have in fact become tighter in the issuance of licences. A senior officer with the Bangalore City Police who didn't want to be named says, "These temporary licences are issued on the basis of a lottery system. An application form needs to be submitted to the Police Commissioner's, mentioning the ground where you want to set up a stall. After the initial procedure, the application forms are then collected after which they are allotted, by drawing lots, to particular grounds in the city," he says. The senior officer informs that they have received a lot of application forms this year. ...
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Complete drinking water project: Arsikere MLA 21.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Complete drinking water project: Arsikere MLA
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Around the city 21.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Around the city
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Now, check the eco-friendly quotient of the parties you organise! 21.10.2014 Citizen Matters

Our existence on this planet leaves a footprint, however small it may be. The trick is in minimising the waste and while maximising the joy quotient!

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Citizens ask BBMP to solve infrastructural issues in HSR Layout 21.10.2014 Citizen Matters

RWA Members ask for BBMP to take up solid waste management, road work and de-sitling of drains in HSR Layout.

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ITI fades out under IT revolution shadow 21.10.2014 TOI: All Headlines
ITI fades out under IT revolution shadow
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Clear SWDs, Mayor Tells BBMP Officials 21.10.2014 newindianexpress.com
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NHAI to estimate Bidar-C'Nagar NH upgrade cost 21.10.2014 deccanherald.com
Public Works Development (PWD) Minister H C Mahadevappa on Monday said that the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) would soon finalise the estimate for the proposed project to upgrade the Bidar-Chamarajanagar National Highway into an eight-lane road. Speaking to reporters after interacting with party workers at the KPCC office, he said that the 850-km highway connects the northern and the southern parts of the State. Once upgraded, it would enable easier access to Maharashtra, Goa, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, besides spurring economic activity along the stretch. The existing road would be improved and widened under the project, he added. The State government, in its 2013-14 budget, had announced the upgradation of the highway, terming it 'Kalyana Patha' with an aim to encourage the development of industries and small towns along the road. 'Kalyana Patha' was one of the promises made by the Congress party in its 2013 Assembly election manifesto. Mahadevappa said that he had recently held a meeting ...
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Lanes for Cyclists on the Cards 21.10.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Pelican crossings fail to take wing on city roads 21.10.2014 Hindu: News
Lack of awareness to be blamed for failure of pedestrian-controlled traffic signals introduced in 2009, say experts
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Fire safety: HC notice on five public buildings 21.10.2014 Hindu: Home
They include two court complexes in the city
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