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Soon, City Will Get Nano Science Centre 2.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Major Initiatives in 100 Days of Ananth Kumar’s Ministry 2.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Freecharge raises Rs 200 crore to build up its transactional advertising offerings 2.9.2014 ET: Infotech
The company is using user insights to build new ad models. It recently partnered with Britannia and Pepsi where consumers buying a product offline.
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500 excise licences to SC/ STs: Panel chief 2.9.2014 deccanherald.com
The Scheduled Castes/Tribes Welfare Committee of the legislature has recommended to the government to issue 1,500 excise licenses to members of SC/ST communities to open liquor shops and bars. Addressing a press conference following the first meeting of the panel in Vidhana Soudha on Monday, committee chairman and Congress MLA P M Narendraswamy said that in 1991, a total of 3,965 licences were issued to liquor shops and bars in the State. Going by the population of SC/STs then, about 1,000 licenses should have been issued. According to their population now, 1,500 licences should be issued, he said. Excise Minister Satish Jarkiholi has assured the committee that he would consider the recommendation of the panel,Narendraswamy said. The committee has raised objections regarding unfilled vacancies meant for SC/STs by various departments. The government should have filled 2,411 backlog vacancies reserved for SCs and 991 posts meant for STs. But no effort has been made in many years to fill up these posts. ...
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Three-day workshop on entrepreneurship awareness 2.9.2014 deccanherald.com
Nandi Institute of Technology and Management Sciences has organised a three-day VTU-sponsored workshop on entrepreneurship awareness campaign from September 3.

The workshop for pre-final and final-year engineering students will be held on the institute's premises at Vaderahalli, Herohalli hobli, Kanakapura Main Road, Bangalore.

Experts from industry and academics will take part in the workshop. For more details, contact B V Rao, college co-ordinator, on 9886809326.
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Indian case studies in demand in business schools across the world 2.9.2014 ET: Education
Case-studies usage numbers from association of ISB and Ivey Business School, one of two top case study publishers globally, have gone up.
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Apple’s entry into mobile wallet space to shake up industry in India: Experts 2.9.2014 ET: Infotech
Apple is partnering with American Express, Visa and Mastercard to launch a mobile wallet service, which could be announced during the new iPhone launch.
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Bescom’s new software to track power distribution 2.9.2014 Hindu: Bangalore
In a bid to prevent loss of power during distribution, the Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (Bescom) on Monday launched a software to help keep track of it. The power utility has tied-up with...
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The launch into a glamourous world 1.9.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The finale of the 'Megamart Megamodel Hunt '14' culminated in style and grandeur recently at the grounds of Bowring Institute. Organised by Prasad Bidapa Associates, the hunt concluded the search for the hottest faces in Bangalore. Fifty aspirants were trained and groomed with his team of experts in the categories of ramp, print, body, television and film. The winners in the body category were Aditya and Jantee, Taha and Medha, Film; Shiyas and Nidhi, TV; Bunty and Sonali and Runway; Jibran and Reetee. The finalists were trained in the areas of ramp modelling, photographic posing, television and film acting, body sculpting, grooming, make-up and hair styling. They were judged by a panel which included businessman, Parvez Damania, Carol Gracias, Yash Patnayak and Hemant Trivedi. At the event, Prasad Bidapa said, "This contest has been the launchpad and nurturing ground for people who have become successful in the entertainment industry. With our team of grooming experts and mentors, the contest picks out ...
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Their smile goes a mile 1.9.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The Social Responsibility Committee of Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) recently organised 'Utthaan — Little Feet, Big Strides' for underprivileged children on campus.The flagship event was hosted for 120 children across three orphanages — Shishu Nivas, Belaku and Anantha Shishu Sewashram. There was an enthusiastic participation from the children. The campus was decorated with cartoon characters and looked colourful.The aim of the event was to make a difference in the lives of these children and make them believe that the world is a big family. The day-long event began with the melodies and moves of the little ones. The students and faculty members enjoyed the performances of the children, who won the hearts of everyone with their enthralling moves. Even the amphitheatre came alive with the drama and monoacts performed by them. After these performances came the drawing competition. This was followed by various games like ring-o-ring, puzzles, traffic awareness, buzzer, lemon ...
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The lady and her chocolate factory 1.9.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Anusha A Chowdaiah gives chocolates a whole new twist. This entrepreneur, after pursuing her Masters in Business Management from the US, returned to the City to start her own chocolate venture called Linouï a year ago. Her chocolates come out in all shapes and sizes that one can conceive of. "While studying, I visited Brugge over a weekend. There, I had my first cup of Belgian hot chocolate. After a few sips, I was floored. It was unlike anything I had tasted before. So I was determined to bring that concept to Bangalore," says Anusha. She adds, "When my mother visited me during my winter break, I pitched this idea to her and she loved it. She agreed to fund this venture and believed in this project from day one. She is the backbone and inspiration for my venture called Linouï which in French means something rare," explains Anusha. Anusha didn't think she could go ahead without roping in someone from Europe. So, without wasting too much time, she got her classmate Lea (a Swiss national) who ...
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Bangalore to host India Nano summit in December 1.9.2014 New Kerala: Karnataka
Bangalore, Sep 1 : India's technology hub, Bangalore will host 'India Nano' summit Dec 4-5 to showcase research and development and applications in nano-science and nano-technology, an official said Monday.
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Bangalore to host India Nano summit in December 1.9.2014 Zee News : Science and Technology
India's technology hub, Bangalore will host 'India Nano' summit Dec 4-5 to showcase research and development and applications in nano-science and nano-technology, an official said Monday.
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Big data firm Teoco to hire 50 1.9.2014 HBL: Home
Big data analytics firm Teoco Software Pvt Ltd is looking to hire 50-odd people mostly for its Kolkata office by December 2015. The company currently has around 370 employees across its of...
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Cotton acreage hit a new high at 12.25 million ha 1.9.2014 HBL: Industry & Economy
Weak rains prompt farmers to switch from soyabean, corn to fibre crop
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‘UB Group companies will come under a cloud’ 1.9.2014 HBL: Home

There is a possibility of all UB Group companies being penalised because of the United Bank of India (UBI) declaration that group Chairman Vijay Mallya is a “wilful defaulter”. Law f...

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World Coconut Day celebrations in Bangalore 1.9.2014 HBL: Industry & Economy
Coconut Development Board will celebrate the ‘World Coconut Day’ on Tuesday in Bangalore on the theme: ‘Neera, the future of coconut sector in India’. Ananth Kumar, Union...
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Brigade Group, GIC ink MoU 1.9.2014 HBL: Home
Brigade Group, a Bangalore-based property developer, and GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, through its affiliate company, have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to jointly inv...
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Branded hotel rooms cross 1 lakh mark in FY2014 1.9.2014 HBL: Home
Occupancy rates reverse, rise by 59%
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Making the city smart 1.9.2014 HBL: Home
The Centre plans to set up 100 ‘smart’ cities across the country. Thomas K Thomas explains how these data-driven cities will function and looks at the challenges in setting them up
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