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Animation, visual effects and gaming 17.4.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
While the last few years have seen the rise of sectors like information technology (IT) and retail in the country, a sector that is gradually gaining ground and making its presence felt is that of animation, visual effects and gaming. Accompanied with this growth are ample opportunities for students with a flair for the creative arts and unbounded imagination. In the words of Dinesh Damodaran, Head, Department of Animation, Jain University: "What the IT industry was 15 years ago, we are in that threshold of great things now." The industry according to experts is starting to open up at a fast pace with the domestic scene gradually picking up. Who would have thought a franchise like Choota Bheem would become so popular on Indian television? It has now been running for nearly ten years with no sign of slowing down. Trends such as these show the gradual acceptance of local work and creations according to Ankur Bhasin, head of Bangalore based Bhasinsoft Animation Studios. Along with this, studios in India are ...
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IPL: Title holders KKR look for consistency against Kings XI 17.4.2015 HBL: Home
Their campaign off to a sedate start, defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders would look to return to winning ways when they take on a dangerous Kings XI Punjab in their next Indian Premier Leag...
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Wipro sees big opportunity in open source 17.4.2015 HBL: Features
Software services major Wipro sees significant opportunities in the Indian government's push towards usage of open source software. In a statement TK Kurien, Chief Executive Officer and M...
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Goa demolition of slum sparks row with Karnataka 17.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The BJP in Goa on Friday demanded the arrest and externment of Karnataka's higher education minister for making inflammatory speeches over demolition of illegal shanties in Goa, some of them housing Kannadigas, and threatening several thousand Goan ...
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'Surkhaab': Film on illegal migration to release on May 22 17.4.2015 Cinema-Showbiz
"Surkhaab", a cinematic tale of a woman who has to face unexpected events when she illegally migrates to Canada to be with her younger brother, will have a limited release in India on May 22, courtesy PVR Director's Rare.
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Singhi Advisors ropes in Prakash V as director 17.4.2015 ET: Banking
Singhi Advisors, Mumbai-based investment bank, has roped in Prakash V as director from United Amra bank as it expands its leadership team.
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Wheat procurement down 33% on harvest delays, quality issues 17.4.2015 HBL: Industry & Economy
Government agencies led by Food Corporation of India and state entities have procured about 26.63 lakh tonnes of wheat till date from major producing states in the current 2015-16 marketing season...
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BeaconStream to raise $2 mn in Series-A funding 17.4.2015 PE/VC
The proposed funds will be utilised to hire key sales team and grow the business, the CEO said
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Vir Das set for 'Unbelievablish' comic journey 17.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Stand up comedian-actor Vir Das will travel across 11 Indian cities, including Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Bengaluru and Jaipur for his Unbelievablish show starting on April 19 in Kochi.
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How to convert your dreams into reality 17.4.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
If the Board exams have taken away your time and energy, and if you are now wondering what lies ahead, this is the time to introspec and evaluate as to what would be the best path for you. If you have completed 10th standard you need to take a choice of subjects for +2, and whether to take up PUC, CBSE or ISC. Those who have completed +2 face a much deeper dilemma, mainly because the choices before them are so wide, and also because everyone advises them to take up either engineering or medicine. Commerce and Arts students, who were earlier free from the hassles of entrance exams, now find themselves burning the midnight oil for admission tests for Law, Design, Mass Communication, Chartered Accountancy, Hotel Management, Business Management, and even integrated five-year courses in Social Sciences in the best institutions. On the other hand, those who have taken up science are generally aspiring for the traditionally most popular careers -engineering and medicine. The doors to these fields open through ...
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Bangalore Bandh: What will be closed and what will be open tomorrow 17.4.2015 Oneindia.in: News
Bengaluru, April 17: A day before the bandh, which is likely to hit normal life in Bangalore and across Karnataka, BMTC and KSRTC officials informed that there will be less number of buses on Saturday, April 18.Both Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation
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Age of extremes 17.4.2015 India Today| Cover Story
As the rich live ever longer and the middle classes thrive, ageing emerges as a lifestyle-threatening malady, to be fought with the full arsenal of cutting-edge science. The war on ageing turns a new ...
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No schedule on power cuts yet 17.4.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
No schedule on power cuts yet
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SALEM 17.4.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
SALEM
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Upa Lokayukta finds 21 illegal shops in KR Market 17.4.2015 deccanherald.com
Upa Lokayukta Justice Subhash B Adi visited K R Market on Thursday in the wake of complaints that several vacant spots at the remodelled market area have been converted into shops. He said that as many as 21 such shops were identified during the visit. A Fire and Emergency official, who was present, told Upa Lokayukta that a report on the lack of fire safety was submitted to the BBMP, but no action has been taken. There was heavy deployment of police at the market since there were reports that some of the traders, who own illegally allotted shops, would create law and order situation during Justice Adis visit. BBMP Commissioner Lakshminarayana and other officials, who were present at the spot, gave oral undertaking to take immediate action against the illegal shops. "The situation at the remodelled market is pathetic. The Fire Department official said the report submitted by him has not been taken seriously. No fire engine can reach the remodelled market area in case of emergency. Even the fire ...
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No schedule on power cuts yet 17.4.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
Electricity consumers are already fretting over the possibility of more power cuts with Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Ltd. (KPTCL) announcing infrastructural works. The Bangalore Electri...
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SALEM 17.4.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Salem Railway Division: Railway Week celebrations, Shubranshu, Divisional Railway Manager, chief guest, Officers Club, 11 a.m. Cooptex: Summer spec...
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Justice Adi Finds Illegal Shops in Market 17.4.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Internet Users Have Little Trust for Operators, TRAI Survey 17.4.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Mekedatu Row Bandh Call Gets More Backing 17.4.2015 newindianexpress.com
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