User: meerak Topic: all-bengaluru
Category: Bengaluru business
Last updated: Jun 26 2016 15:41 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Jayasudha launches online startup 25.6.2016 Hindu: Cities
It provides health care supplements
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Travel to UK, Europe gets marginally cheaper 25.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Techies bring their samovar to whitefield 25.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Uber unveils upfront fare 25.6.2016 All Companies Stories
Taxi-hailing app Uber is giving a new name to surge pricing - upfront fare.
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Capital project: The making of Amaravati 25.6.2016 Hindu: Opinion
Chandrababu Naidu wants to go down in history as the man who fashioned a swanky,world-class city for his people. Can the Andhra Pradesh CM achieve his dream?
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The Great Break 25.6.2016 Hindu: Letters
In the end, the U.K. opted out of the European Union. Right or wrong, it is a landmark decision. The repercussions are too many as it is going to change the way the world looks at Great Britain. Nat...
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Indian wines go premium 25.6.2016 All Specials Stories
Not so long ago, there was no Indian wine priced above Rs 500 per bottle (of 750 ml), and no imported wine below that level
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Evening rain holds up traffic across city 24.6.2016 deccanherald.com
A large tree got uprooted and crashed on a busy road in Vyalikaval on Friday, leading to traffic snarls in central and northern Bengaluru. There was, however, no loss of life or property.

It started raining heavily during the peak hour, and kept visitors away from the central business district, which usually remains busy Friday to Sunday.

The rain choked drains and flooded many localities.

Traffic bore the brunt, with Anand Rao Circle, Race Course Road, Mehkri Circle, Vyalikaval, Seshadripuram, Platform Road, Hebbal, Okalipuram, Shanthala junction, City Market, Mysuru Road, Madiwala, Silk Board junction, Singasandra, parts of HSR Layout, Tumakuru Road (Yeshwantpur), Peenya and Jalahalli, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Kengeri and Kumbalgodu being badly hit.

Travellers affected
Outbound travellers had a tough time as buses couldn't depart on time.
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CPI opposes govt decision allowing 100% FDI 24.6.2016 deccanherald.com
The CPI condemned the Centre's decision allowing 100% FDI in sectors from retail trade to national defence. Binoy Viswam, member of national executive, Communist Party of India (CPI), termed the move pro-foreign multi-national companies and against the interests of Indians. Viswam, a former minister, told reporters here on Friday: "The Narendra Modi-led NDA government, which sermons about nationalism, is working against the people. To ensure easy passage for corporate exploiters, the government is restructuring all labour laws," he said, calling all democratic forces to come out to prevent the "anti-national, anti-worker, anti-environmental" activities of the Centre. He also condemned the incident where a Dalit girl was forced to consume toilet cleaner by a group of seniors in a college at Kalaburagi. The CPI called for a thorough investigation and stringent punishment to those who indulged in ragging. He expressed concern over the arrest of a University of Mysore professor BP Mahesh Chandra Guru for ...
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On the high street 24.6.2016 Deccan Herald - Supplements
As another International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking arrives on June 26, the grim reality is that Bengaluru is not only a nodal point in drug trafficking but also a prominent consumer. Officials with the Narcotics Control Bureau confirm that those who regularly consume and peddle drugs in the city are those aged between 18 and 40 years. While men form a large chunk of those who are caught, women too are not far behind. Of these, foreigners, especially those from African countries, form a seizable number. According to Narcotics Control Bureau, areas in Bengaluru like Indiranagar, M G Road, Brigade Road, interiors areas of Whitefield, Banaswadi, Kammanahalli, R T Nagar and parts of Majestic are notorious for selling drugs. Sunil Kumar Sinha, zonal director, Narcotics Control Bureau (Bengaluru), explains that peddlers sell psychedelic drugs like Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), charas, marijuana, hash and Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD). "There is a definite market for these drugs ...
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BCV Developers to open ₹45-cr resort in Bengaluru 24.6.2016 HBL: Home
Signature Club Resort is open to memberships from corporate and retail customers, offering varying membership tenures of three, five and 10 years
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HMT Machine Tools’ new product 24.6.2016 HBL: Industry & Economy
HMT Machine Tools has launched a new product — Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) — for educational and training purposes at the Bengaluru Complex. The FMS has a CNC lathe, CNC machining centre, aut...
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India Inc. girds for uncertainty 24.6.2016 Hindu: Business
Britain’s decision to exit from the European Union may hit the profitability of Indian firms, especially the Tata Group which has a significant exposure in the U.K., analysts said.“Among original equi...
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METRO Cash and Carry opens 5th wholesale outlet in Bengaluru 24.6.2016 New Kerala: Business India
Bengaluru, June 24 : 13 years after its entry into the Indian market as the country's pioneering cash- and -carry wholesaler, German multinational METRO Cash and Carry opened its fifth outlet in Bengaluru at ITPL Main Road, Whitefield on June 23.
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MBD Group and Europe's Steigenberger to open 20 hotels in India 24.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
MBD Group and Europe's Steigenberger to open 20 hotels in India
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Embassy to buy AstraZeneca land for Rs 290 crore 24.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Embassy to buy AstraZeneca land for Rs 290 crore
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Alcohol sales: Britain will have to renegotiate bilateral deals 24.6.2016 HBL: Home
Britain will have to rework its bilateral deals for alcohol sales in India following its breakaway decision. David Frost, Chief Executive of the Scotch Whisky Association, told BusinessLine that while...
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‘Only 5-7% of office real estate market depends on UK companies’ 24.6.2016 HBL: Home
The real estate sector in India will continue to recover on the back of a resilient Indian economy and strong capital inflows, said Anuj Puri, Chairman & Country Head, JLL India.“Brexit will not d...
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Farm, marine goods exporters see no significant impact 24.6.2016 HBL: Home
Exports of major agro and marine products to the UK are unlikely to see any significant impact.As a major chunk of the trade between India and the UK was still invoiced in dollar terms, the potential...
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Brexit: Currency fluctuations, operational issues will be key challenges 24.6.2016 HBL: Home
IT majors see near-term impact
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