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Ride was not a success in its entirety: Sushanth 26.11.2014 Mangalore - City - The Times of India
Sushanth Shetty, who attempted to ride one of the world's fastest motorbikes from the UK to India, said that he is unlikely to attempt the challenge again.
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Mekedatu project: Karnataka wants to reduce forest submergence 26.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Mekedatu project: Karnataka wants to reduce forest submergence
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Floating restaurant to come up at KRS backwaters 26.11.2014 Star of Mysore
Floating restaurant to come up at KRS backwaters
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Protest against tolled roads in Mangaluru 26.11.2014 Hindu: Cities
In a protest against the collection of toll from vehicles at Brahmarakootlu toll booth, Karnataka Kannada Sene members attempted to stop vehicles on the Mangaluru – Bengaluru national highway (NH...
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Boosting Industrial Production 26.11.2014 Govt of india: PIB
The industrial performance measured in terms of Index of Industrial Production (IIP) reflects movements in production of manufacturing, mining and electricity over base of 2004-05.
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Register your borewell, if you haven't already! 26.11.2014 Citizen Matters

You can also complain to the government if you are being approached by middlemen who demand excess money to get your borewell registered.

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Hubballi flights may not resume on Dec 1 26.11.2014 Hubli - City - The Times of India
People have to wait for some more time to fly to Bengaluru and Mumbai from Hubballi as flights are unlikely to resume on December 1 as promised by authorities.
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For city's sake, clear footpaths, HC to BBMP 26.11.2014 TOI: All Headlines
For city's sake, clear footpaths, HC to BBMP
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‘Heritage Can co-exist With Change’ 26.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
City Express speaks to architect V Vishwanath about the preservation of landmark edifices
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‘Scientists Should Share Their Work’ 26.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
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‘Car boom shows transport planning failed’ 26.11.2014 TOI: Delhi Times
The central government may be left with no option but to introduce penal provisions, including levying congestion tax, if the traffic gridlock on roads grows further or continues like as it is ...
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Drip Irrigation to be Must for Cane Growers 26.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Karnataka on high alert over bird flu scare 26.11.2014 TOI: Home
Karnataka is on high alert following outbreak of bird flu (avian influenza) in the neighboring Kerala.
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Govt can consider imposition of congestion tax if traffic on roads does not ease 26.11.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Government may be left with no option but to introduce penal provisions including levying congestion tax, if the traffic gridlock on Indian roads grows further or continues like as it is ...
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Please clean up footpaths, High Court tells BBMP chief 26.11.2014 Hindu: News
‘Act against engineers if they don’t fulfil responsibility’
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To harness monsoon 25.11.2014 FrontLine: Home
A novel suggestion to find a permanent solution to the problem of water scarcity in Chennai: reshape the face of a mountain. By R. RAMACHANDRAN
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Suited and booted 25.11.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Winter, apart from the delicious chill in the air, gives a lift to our wardrobes as well. With a little bit of imagination and some trendy accessories, a drab closet can ooze style. Apart from the smart jackets, coats, colourful mufflers and silk scarves, there are interesting options in footwear too, like sneakers and shoes. But the ones which give an all new 'oomph' to your image are boots. Boots have in the recent past become a must-have, thanks to the variety in the market. Most boots mainly cover the foot and the ankle and extend up the leg, sometimes as far as the knee or even the hip. Some of them even have heels. Modern boots are made from a variety of materials. Boots are worn both for their functionality - protecting the foot and leg from water, snow, mud or hazards or providing additional ankle support for strenuous activities - and for reasons of style and fashion as well. Swati Modo, a shoe designer, says, "Leather is always a hot favourite when it comes to boots. It rules the market. ...
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Arid patches in parks 25.11.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Patches of land that were once green now lie parched-yellow in the bustling sectors of HSR Layout. Known to be a quiet and homely area, HSR Layout is crippled with problems thanks to rapid commercialisation. The lack of well-maintained parks is one of the problems faced by the residents of the area. Dried-up plants lying uncleared and inadequate lighting are a common sight in the parks here. However, the residents haven't given up. The HSR Layout Residents Welfare Association, Sector 2, has taken up the responsibility of providing adequate water to the two parks located in the area. "Lack of water has led to arid patches in the parks. The existing borewells have dried up and the corporation has removed the motor as well. Hence, the committee is buying water from private agents and maintaining the parks. Though we have approached the members of the Corporation several times and held many meetings with them, they aren't taking any interest," says N Gopalakrishna, the vice-president of the association. He ...
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Government looking at small reservoir at Mekedatu 25.11.2014 deccanherald.com
The State government, which had recently announced its decision to go ahead with the Mekedatu drinking water project, is now contemplating whether to go for a series of reservoirs, instead of one, to minimise submergence of forest land. The government had initially proposed to construct a reservoir with a capacity of 50 tmc ft at Mekedatu to provide drinking water to Bengaluru and surrounding places. Now, apparently apprehensive that the project may face environmental clearance hurdles, as it involves submergence of 2,500 acres of forest land, the government is looking at alternatives. "We are thinking of having a small reservoir at Mekedatu and pumping water to new balancing reservoirs nearby or existing reservoirs like Hesaraghatta and Kanva. This way, the total extent of submergence of forest land will be reduced considerably," Water Resources Minister MBPatil told reporters in Bengaluru on Tuesday. Patil said a final decision on the nature of the project would be taken after the shortlisted ...
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Canara Bank partners Micro Energy 25.11.2014 HBL: Home
Canara Bank has signed a memorandum of understanding with Micro Energy Credits Corporation to finance bank customers buying energy efficient ‘green’ products such as cook stoves, solar hom...
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