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Cos could challenge new retirement age 26.3.2017 TOI: Bangalore Times
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Not just vehicles, roads are for walkers too 26.3.2017 TOI: Bangalore Times
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‘My Shopping My Bag’ exhibition begins 26.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Are you an environment conscious consumer, shopkeeper or manager of retail stores looking for alternatives for plastic carry bags? The place to be is the Coimbatore Corporation’s Kalaiarangam in R.S....
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Now, Bengaluru micro brewers go against the grain, let humble ragi add a fizz 26.3.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Many curious takers are opting for the freshly brewed drink from the popular millet as breweries are experimenting with several locally grown fruits, spices and veggies
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Govt to ensure private firms enforce retirement age rule 25.3.2017 deccanherald.com
The labour department will conduct inspections to ensure that employers implement the state government's decision to enhance the retirement age of employees in the private sector from 58 to 60 years. According to official sources in the labour department, the close vigil will continue for two years once the government's decision comes into effect. The state Cabinet on Friday gave its approval to increase the retirement age of employees in the private sector to benefit around 21 lakh personnel. The Cabinet decision will be applicable to all private establishments which have an employee strength of 50 and above, irrespective of whether employees are hired on contract or otherwise, the sources said. It will come into effect from the day the labour department gazettes the final notification by bringing in an amendment to Schedule - 1 of Karnataka Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Rules, 1961 which pertain to the retirement age. The draft notification was issued by the department on December 7, 2009. ...
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Crime-fighting through CCTVs 25.3.2017 deccanherald.com
Spot a criminal in his act and track him with that visual footprint. Packing Bengaluru's Central Business District (CBD) streets with CCTVs, the city police are revving up their surveillance game. But how does that work in those dark, desolate roads on the city's outskirts? Danger lurks in every corner for thousands of working women walking that last mile home. As darkness envelopes the streets, CCTVs, even if installed in big numbers, will hit a blind alley. The message is clear: Unless the city police, BBMP and Bescom work in tandem, safety will remain a weak point. More cameras The addition of 679 CCTV cameras by end of April will see the number skyrocket to 1,008. But that is impressive only in the CBD. The City Police Commissioner admits that without adequate streetlighting, reliability of the cameras will remain under a shade. Illuminating the streets is clearly the BBMP's task. But maintaining the estimated 4.8 lakh street lamps in the Palike's jurisdictional area of about 800 sq km is not an easy ...
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SureWaves MediaTech innovates programmatic TV solution 25.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
Marking a paradigm shift in television advertising, SureWaves MediaTech has announced the launch of Skynet, a programmatic television advertising marketplace. While programmatic advertising has been prominent in digital media, it is yet to gain ground in television media. Driven by data, programmatic advertising empowers broadcasters to market their air-time inventory on a platform where advertisers have access to available slots, and can make their purchases. SureWaves MediaTech Chairman and Managing Director Rajendra Kumar Khare said "The software Skynet will enable intelligent decision making that allows advertisers to schedule advertisements based on the target audience for a given time slot. It allows advertisers to address their campaign objectives more effectively, and broadcasters to use air-time efficiently." Skynet is set to go pan-India in the next 12 to 15 months, and has already made its debut in the Tamil Nadu market. "There are 860 satellite channels on the platform with top broadcasters ...
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Ashley Furniture launches store 25.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
Having planned a robust market presence in India, the $5 billion American furniture company Ashley Furniture HomeStore has announced the launch of its store in Bengaluru.

Ashley is the latest addition to Dash Square Group's collection of international furniture brands, which includes Natuzzi, Kuka, Domicil and HTL too.

The new store introduces virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) to deliver an innovative customer experience.
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Tejas Networks bets big on Digital India 25.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
Bengaluru-based telecom equipment company Tejas Networks has developed optical and data networking products that will be used for projects for 'Digital India' as well as for building high speed data networks globally. Talking to Deccan Herald, Tejas Networks MD and CEO Sanjay Nayak said, "Tejas is one of the vendors who is supplying GPON (Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks) equipment to the Government of India's initiative in building the national optical fibre network — Bharatnet, which plans to connect 2.5 lakh villages in the country through optical fibre and is a part of Digital India." "This project is being funded by the Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF) of the government," he added. Over 150 countries across the world believe that the government can take optical fibre to villages, and can build high speed communication infrastructure, Nayak said. "These data highways can provide many services to remote places, such as telemedicine, e-education, e-governance and ecommerce, among ...
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Karnataka funds start-ups to promote tourism 25.3.2017 Latest News
There were 127 online registrations, of which the 8 were shortlisted
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Four startups from T-Hub bags global awards 25.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Four startups from T-Hub, one of the largest start-up ecosystem builders in India, have bagged global awards, a statement said on Saturday.
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1,800 units of blood collected in camps countrywide 25.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
SABIC's annual blood donation drive across India collected 1,800 units of blood in camps, a company spokesperson said on Saturday.
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Elephant census begins in Assam's Kaziranga 25.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The Assam forest department on Saturday started its four-day census of elephants in Assam's famous Kaziranga National Park.
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Designs in gold 25.3.2017 Hindu: Leisure
Each piece of jewellery that Bhadrinaath and Vishwapriya design is light-weight and grand
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Prudent about acting as well as business career: Pranitha 25.3.2017 Cinema-Showbiz
Actress Pranitha Subhash, who successfully juggles her acting as well as business career, says she is very prudent when it comes to both her professions.
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Strong policies needed for Make in India in electronics: Karnataka minister 25.3.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
Says India need to encourage global electronic makers to set up units
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No startups, vendors above law: Karna IT minister 25.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
Amid the raging Stayzilla controversy, Karnataka IT Minister Priyank Kharge today said no industry, including startups and vendors, are above law and should function within the parameters and anybody raising money should pay up. Yogendra Vasupal, co-founder of Stayzilla, was arrested on March 14 for alleged cheating and criminal intimidation. "Stayzilla controversy has been blown out of proportion. However the advise I would give in this whole episode is that there are rules and regulations for everyone - whether it is for SMEs, startups or big corporations. "If you have raised or taken money, you have to pay up. You cannot say I will not pay," he told PTI. Asked whether advertising firm Jigsaw alone should be blamed for the entire Stayzilla episode, as alleged by Vasupal, Kharge said he would not take sides. "As I am a part of the government, I have to support entrepreneurs in all fields and hence I cannot take either the side of Stayzilla or Jigsaw." Jigsaw had alleged Stayzilla had defrauded it to the ...
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This IT firm in Bengaluru grows its own veggies 25.3.2017 TOI: Home
Ever wondered what happens when Garden City also becomes IT City? You tend to hear about IT companies that grow and sell their own vegetables. Sasken Technologies, a Dolmur-based company, has converted a barren piece of land into an organic kitchen garden.
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Breach of contract: MillerCoors sues HCL Tech for $100 million 25.3.2017 ET: IETS
The case, filed in Illinois federal court on March 13, alleges that HCL Tech failed to perform on a SAP upgrade contract it won in 2013.
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MP’s behaviour 25.3.2017 Hindu: Letters
 Resorting to violence and high-handed means at the drop of a hat to muzzle people and impose their whims and fancies with scant regard for sentiments and the due process of the law has been the hallm...
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