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BBMP brings PG houses under commercial tax net 31.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
BBMP brings PG houses under commercial tax net
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Autos off, eateries to shut for Bangalore bandh today 31.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Autos off, eateries to shut for Bangalore bandh today
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Parents worry about safety 31.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Parents worry about safety
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Free for all: Stand by for some random acts of kindness 31.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Free for all: Stand by for some random acts of kindness
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Perfunctory meetings fail to connect, discuss issues 31.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Perfunctory meetings fail to connect, discuss issues
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Miffed schools may not comply with cops’ rules 31.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Miffed schools may not comply with cops’ rules
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LIVE: Bangalore shuts down over sexual crimes; security tightened 31.7.2014 Zee News : States
Bangalore is on alert on Thursday in the wake of a bandh called by Kannada outfits to protest against the rising incidents of sexual crimes against women and children.
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Two minors raped: IT city Bangalore observes bandh 31.7.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Security has been tightened across the IT hub as the strike will be in place from 6 am to 6 pm.
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Tomorrow is Last Day to Submit BU PG Forms 31.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
Bangalore University has extended the deadline for receipt of applications and counselling for postgraduate admissions for 2014-15.
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Can’t Implement Safety Norms, Says Pvt Schools’ Panel 31.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
The Karnataka Private School Joint Action Committee on Wednesday said the recent
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B’lore Gears Up for Bandh Today 31.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
Several companies on Wednesday decided to declare an off or ask their employees to work from home on Thursday, concerned that the dawn-to-dusk bandh might result in security issues.
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BEO for Action Against Physical Edn Instructor 31.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
Sri Sri Ravishankar Vidya Mandir, Kanakapura Road, has been asked to “take action” against its Physical Education instructor for allegedly behaved inappropriately with high school girls.
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HC Raps Rlys for Not Giving Records 31.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
The High Court on Wednesday came down heavily on the Railways as it did not produce records on an under-bridge constructed in front of former railway minister
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Campus placements kick off at NIT, Jamshedpur 31.7.2014 Ranchi - City - The Times of India
The annual on-campus placement at the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jamshedpur kicked off with the recruitment of 18 BTech students by a leading business analytic company.
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Discuss guidelines with us or we won't accept them: Schools 31.7.2014 deccanherald.com
The Karnataka Private Schools Joint Action Committee (KAP-JAC) has said that they will not implement the safety guidelines issued by the Bangalore City police and the Primary and Secondary Education department to schools in Bangalore Urban district. This, unless a channel of dialogue is opened with the managements and they are consulted on the matter. Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, L R Shivarame Gowda, chairman, KAP-JAC said: "The government should call us for a meeting on the issue. A dialogue needs to be initiated. We will not obey these guidelines otherwise. Police officers cannot decide what schools should do." A press release by the committee highlighted that "no school management was involved in the deliberations leading to the framing of the guidelines" and that "this top-down and unilateral dictum" ignored a number of important points. The organisation has raised objections to the guidelines on a number of grounds. On the point of schools having to recruit workers for transport, ...
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Rains resume in Shimoga district after a lull 31.7.2014 deccanherald.com
Rains resumed in several parts of Shimoga district after a short break. Most parts of the district received heavy rain throughout the day. Hosanagar taluk was the worst affected. The taluk administration had declared holiday for schools and colleges. Several paddy fields and areca plantations across the district were inundated. In the last 24 hours, Hosanagar received the highest rainfall of 120.40 mm, followed by Hulikal (58 mm), Agumbe (57 mm), Mastikatte (55 mm) and Yadur (52 mm). Beesanagadde village in Sagar taluk was marooned in River Varada waters. Belgaum Heavy rain in Maharashtra pushed up water level in River Krishna and its tributaries submerging five low-lying bridges in Chikodi taluk of Belgaum district on Wednesday. Kunnar-Bhojwadi and Akkol-Sidnal bridges were open for traffic while Karadga-Bhoj, Mallikwad-Dattawad, Jatrat-Bhiveshi and Kallol-Yadur bridges were submerged in river waters. Road connectivity between Koulpurwada and Modekoppa has been affected with Mangetri canal waters ...
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Police U-turn stumps parents 31.7.2014 deccanherald.com
Students of classes 1 to 4 of Vibgyor High school in Marathalli finally went to school on Wednesday after a gap of almost 15 days, when it was closed following widespread protests over the alleged rape of a minor girl. On Monday, classes had started for students of classes 5 to 10. Out of a total of 2,223 students between classes 1 to 10, 1,585 came to school on Wednesday, according to SMRamesh, Block Education Officer, South range - 4. Between classes 8 and 10, the attendance was 85 per cent, between classes 5 and 7, it was 86 per cent and in classes 1 to 4, the attendance was 66 per cent, Ramesh said. "On Monday, the attendance for classes 5 to 7, was 66 per cent and this increased to 80 per cent on Wednesday. With the pre-primary classes resuming on Friday, more students are bound to come. Everything is normal and classes went of smoothly," said Ramesh. Meanwhile, parents of students studying at Vibgyor High reacted with disbelief on the U-turn by the police on the rape case probe. The police on ...
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Cops seek fresh forensic interview of Vibgyor kid 31.7.2014 deccanherald.com
The Bangalore police have approached an NGO to conduct fresh forensic interview of the six-year-old child who was allegedly gang-raped at Vibgyor High school. The child had not been able to identify the perpetrators or reveal anything concrete about the sexual abuse, during a series of forensic reviews by psychiatry experts from a major City institution. So, a senior IPS officer has now approached the NGO, sources said. The NGO is considered an expert organisation in the field of personal safety education among children and had conducted forensic interviews of children in sexual abuse cases earlier. Although the interviews have been conducted by experts in child psychiatry who followed all protocols, it has not yielded results that could help the police crack the case on the basis of strong evidence. The interviews not bringing out the entire facts can also be due to the hyperactive nature of the child, who has not been able to reveal much about the incident till date, the sources said. According to one ...
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BEO recommends action against teacher 31.7.2014 deccanherald.com
K Prakash, the Block Education Officer (BEO), South range - 1 who conducted a probe into the allegations of misconduct by physical education instructor at Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Vidya Mandir, has recommended action against the accused. A number of girl students from the school, who were interviewed by the BEO, have reportedly told the official that they did not want the teacher in question to continue. Arifiulla was sent on a long leave by school authorities when a girl student lodged complaint alleging that the said teacher keeps staring at her. Meanwhile, the school has submitted a report on the incident and action taken thereon, to the Karnataka State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (KSCPCR). HRUmesh Aradhaya, Chairperson, KSCPCR said, "A notice of explantation" was sent by the school where in it said that nothing had happened and that the teacher was sent on leave on "doubts that it (the misconduct) had happened." "We have not received the BEO's report yet, however once we do, we will ...
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Bandh likely to hit normal life 31.7.2014 deccanherald.com
Normal life in the City may be affected and fearing trouble, most private educational institutions have declared a holiday on Thursday in wake of the 'Bangalore bandh' call given by various pro-Kannada organisations to protest against the rise in crimes against women. While there is no official notification of a holiday for colleges and institutions of higher education, examinations scheduled for Thursday have been postponed. The MBA fourth semester exam of Bangalore University will now be held on August 5 from 2 pm to 5 pm. The first year DEd examination (Educational Assessment) conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Examination and Education Board has been rescheduled for August 1 (10 am to 11:30 am). Though the Department of Primary and Secondary Education has not declared a holiday, it has left the matter to the discretion of the respective institutions, said Commissioner, Department of Public Instructions, Mohammed Mohsin. The Karnataka Private Schools Joint Action Committee, an umbrella group of ...
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