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Category: Bengaluru business
Last updated: Mar 30 2015 24:43 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Bandh total in Karaikal 29.3.2015 Hindu: News
While the bandh called by farmers associations affected normal life in the neighbouring districts of Cuddalore and Villupuram it was business as usual in Puducherry. It had no impact on the supply...
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College Bus Runs Over, Kills Biker 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Govt Keen to Create 20 Lakh Jobs in IT, BT Sectors by 2020 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Earth Hour: City Saves 43 MW 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Two Branches of Shrushti Global Shut 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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State Drafting Law to Protect Medical Ethics 29.3.2015 The New Indian Express - Karnataka - http://newindianexpress.com/states/karnataka/
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Traders down shutters, but no impact on normal life 29.3.2015 Hindu: Coimbatore
Close to 2,600 police, Armed Reserve, Home Guard and Tamil Nadu Special Police personnel deployed
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Towards Gender-Balanced Boardrooms 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
Family member or professionally hired, India Inc to bring on more women directors
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Shrushti hospital's 2 IVF centres shut 28.3.2015 deccanherald.com
The Health and Family Welfare Department on Saturday seized two branches of Shrushti Global Medical Care for malpractices and cheating. The IVF centres at Mahalakshmipuram and Basaveshwaranagar were shut down following several complaints of malpractices against its proprietor K T Gurumurthy. The department conducted an inquiry following complaints by patients against Gurumurthy. "There had been many complaints of cheating and misrepresentation against him and that is a reason why an inquiry has been conducted," District Health Officer Rajni said. She added, "He had been conducting business falsely and we have asked the police to register a case against him." A three-member committee headed by Dr Veerabhadraiah of KMC submitted a report to the State government three months ago stating that the hospital had to be shut down. However, no action was taken. "The move by the department to shut down the units on Saturday is a welcome one as it is a warning sign for others operating illegally," Dr Veerabhadraiah ...
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TN’s objection to Mekedatu dam political: Siddaramaiah 28.3.2015 HBL: Home
Terming Tamil Nadu’s objection to the proposed Mekedatu dam project across the Cauvery river as politically motivated, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today said the state government knows h...
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Indian expo eyes trade opportunities in Kenya 28.3.2015 New Kerala: Business India
Read Full story of 'Indian expo eyes trade opportunities in Kenya' at newkerala.com.
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Coworking Space Biz Spreads as Startups Gain Ground 28.3.2015 TOI: India Business
With the blossoming of India's startup ecosystem, entrepreneurs are not the only ones making big business ­ so are the people running the spaces they work out of. Coworking spaces, which are growing in demand by the day, are proving to be a profitable and even scalable venture.
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Wipro rejigs unit to build banking outsourcing base 28.3.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Wipro rejigs unit to build banking outsourcing base
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CM moots bringing back arrack 28.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
CM moots bringing back arrack
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Bagging orders in a novel way 28.3.2015 Hindu: News
Two young entrepreneurs sense an opportunity in bag and shoe restoration
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Technology, entrepreneurship take centre stage at IIMB convocation 28.3.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
Emphasis was on technology and entrepreneurship at the 40th annual convocation of the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB) here on Friday. As many as 592 students graduated during the c...
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Paytm to pay Rs 144 crore for new offices in National Capital Region 28.3.2015 All Companies Stories
The new premises are in line with the company's plan to hire 4,500 people through the next few months
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Building bridges across nations 27.3.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Neoteric Nirmla Junko, a young entrepreneur from Bengaluru, is making her mark in the Land of the Rising Sun, discovers M A Siraj. Nirmala Junko has many firsts to her credit. She is the first Indian woman to hold a Japanese citizenship. She also happens to be the first Indian woman to graduate from Hosei University in an MBA programme in innovation management. Perhaps, she is also the first and the only Indian woman to have authored books in Japanese. Born and brought up in Bengaluru, Nirmala is the founder and CEO president of Green Japan Limited, a portal that provides a platform to companies specialising in green and clean technology. Having been in Japan for nearly 15 years, Nirmala has advised more than 70 Japanese companies about Indian market, has held seminars in Japanese promoting Indian market amongst Japanese companies and provided consultancy to countless companies. And to boot, Nirmala is a columnist in Toyo Keizai, a 117-year old publication on Japanese politics and economy. Currently, she ...
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Immigration officer who harassed City woman suspended 27.3.2015 deccanherald.com
An immigration officer was suspended on Friday for reportedly throwing sexual innuendoes at a Bengaluru-based woman at the Indira Gandhi International airport here last week. The victim was en route to Hong Kong. Vinod Kumar, an immigration assistant, faced the ire of the Home Ministry after the victim placed a verbal complaint on March 23 on her return from Hong Kong, following which her father-in-law filed an e-complaint. The victim's father-in-law is a member of several business chambers based in Bengaluru. Soon after receiving the complaint, the Home Ministry advised the victim to "lodge an FIR for appropriate criminal action" even as it promised a probe to ascertain "appropriate remedial and penal action." The ministry said the complaint, if true, is of "quite serious nature". The complainant claimed that the officer "verbally sexually harassed" his daughter-in-law "not only during the immigration process at the desk, but also by following her along the travelator between domestic and international ...
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Shortage of quality sand hits construction industry 27.3.2015 deccanherald.com
The acute shortage of quality sand has hit the construction industry badly, resulting in spiraling sand prices. Sample this: The 800 CFT river sand (Kollegal) that was available for Rs 10,000 to Rs 12,000 in 2008-10 is no more available in the market. The best river sand comes from Harihar near Davangere and is sold at Rs 1.25 lakh per truckload. Dhananjay, a sand transporter, said: "The best sand coming from Davangere is used only to give final touch to the building. It is sold at Rs 1.25 lakh per truckload of 600 CFT. Another good sand is the one coming from near Mangaluru. The transportation charges of these two good quality sand itself is somewhere around Rs 9,000 to Rs 10,000 per truckload." Another sand transporter, Manjunath said river sand transportation has become too risky a business in the current scenario. "We are harassed by the policemen and other government officers for transporting sand. I am so upset with the harassment that I have stationed my truck for the last two months. I can even ...
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