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Last updated: Mar 29 2015 08:39 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Why charts make for 'adarsh' art 29.3.2015 TOI: India
Royal Existentials is one of several popular art projects that are taking an existing system of visual representation and using it to create messaging that reflects contemporary debates and ...
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Rescued children reunited with families 29.3.2015 Hindu: News
As many as 35 children in the age group of 13 to 16 years rescued from railway platforms and streets were restored to their families at a reunion ceremony attended, among others, by Delhi Women and...
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Father Proud of 'Golden' Daughter 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Legislators upset with Aadhaar centres 29.3.2015 Hindu: Mangalore
The company handling the centres to be questioned
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GITAM to Implement Choice Based Credit System from New Academic Yr 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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CCTVs Not Must This Year at SSLC Centres 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Cases of Malpractice in PU Examination Comes Down 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Hashimpura killing: Cops' acquittal is miscarriage of justice, says MIM chief 29.3.2015 Hyderabad News, Hyderabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
Terming the recent acquittal of constables of the Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC), alleged to be connected to the massacre of Muslims in Hashimpura, Uttar Pradesh as a 'grave miscarriage of justice', Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen president (MIM) Asaduddin Owaisi on Saturday said that the state government should appeal against the ...
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College bus kills BBM student 29.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
A 23-year-old student succumbed to his injuries after a college bus rammed his two-wheeler near BM Shri Circle, Indiranagar, East Bengaluru, on Saturday evening.
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Varthur lake to be fenced in 2 months: Upa Lokayukta 29.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
He ordered the stakeholders, including the deputy director of land records, to meet at his office on April 6 to decide on encroachments on the lake bed and fencing the ...
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KEA will verify papers tomorrow 29.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
The Karnataka Examination Authority which conducts the CET has advised students who have not taken printouts after submission of online applications, to do ...
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Party drugs seized, 3 held 29.3.2015 TOI: Cities
Three persons were arrested for possessing drugs, including LSD (Lisergic acid Diethylamide) liquid and cubes, here on ...
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Explorer of Faith 29.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
Githa Badikillaya of Bengaluru, who has dabbled in botany to banking in the past, now teaches and documents Indology
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Errors in PU Maths paper 28.3.2015 deccanherald.com
The second year Pre-University examinations concluded on Saturday. This year, about 6.10 lakh candidates wrote the exam which began from March 12. Initially, the examinations were scheduled to get over by March 27. However, on account of IAS officer D K Ravi's death, the Mathematics examination was rescheduled. This exam was conducted on Saturday. According to lecturers in prominent tutorials in the City, there were two errors in the paper. The first error was related to question 50 (a) where in, instead of the word "fabricating" it has been wrongly printed as "finishing". Since the problem stated was about the number of hours for fabricating and finishing, the wrong print in one part of the question could confuse students, the lecturers said. This question was for 6 marks. In question 48 which is a choice-based question, the number 5 is missing in the (C) option which led to confusion. This question is for 5 marks. Director of the Department of Pre-University Education Sushama Godbole told Deccan Herald ...
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Set up team to survey Varthur lake: Upa Lokayukta to officials 28.3.2015 deccanherald.com
Upa Lokayukta Justice Subhash B Adi has directed the Deputy Director of Land Records and the Deputy Commissioner of Bengaluru (Urban) to set up a team to survey Varthur lake. Justice Adi visited the lake area on Saturday when residents and students of a nearby school filed a complaint that around 15 acres of the lake area had been encroached upon. Students of KK High School in Varthur submitted a study report on the quality of water taken from about 100 borewells in one km radius of the lake. The students submitted that the borewell water was not suitable for human consumption. The water sample collected from the borewells were tested at the IISc laboratory. The analysis showed that the water had chloride, alkalinity and other contents more than the permissible level. "There was a complaint by an organisation, Whitefield Rising, about contamination of the lake water and encroachment. The students' complaint has also been taken, based on the report they submitted. It is a huge lake but poorly maintained. ...
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Locals and Africans, a clash of cultures 28.3.2015 deccanherald.com
Bengaluru has had a sea change in its socio-cultural lifestyle over the last two decades, and one reason for this has been the steady inflow of students, tourists and professionals from Africa and South East Asia. While this has added to Bengaluru's cosmopolitan image, it has also triggered an unwelcome trend: Rising crime due to the involvement of some foreign nationals. The City police find it tough to identify, trace, arrest and ensure conviction of such criminals due to legal hurdles galore. But the real challenge, as the police say, does not lie in preventing crimes. It is in handling sensitive developments arising out of cultural conflicts and contradictions between natives and foreigners. "A few from Nepal are found to indulge only in crimes such as murders and robberies, while those from Bangladesh have been found to be overstaying. Only petty crimes have been reported among a few Sri Lankan and Malaysian nationals. However, a section of African youth are involved in major crimes bringing ...
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Consulates fostering science, research 28.3.2015 deccanherald.com
Consulates in Bengaluru are doing their bit to develop the city and establish relationships with their home countries for mutual benefit. Here's what the French community is doing: "Through scientific collaboration, Indian and French researchers share their respective expertise and research facilities.The bilateral scientific complementarity helps generate high impact scientific publications," say Jayesh Wagh, Scientific Co-ordinator, and Jenifer Clark, Attache Science and Technology, French Embassy. The French Consulate's Science Department facilitates exchanges of scientists between India and France, and supports joint scientific research teams through the CEFIPRA programme. "Since Bengaluru hosts many premier Indian research institutes such as IISc, NCBS, JNCASR, RRI and IIAP, the Consulate's Science Department has been organising many collaborative scientific activities here," says Wagh. French, German, British and Australian consulates in the lead The Department has also been organizing public ...
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Explorer of Faith 28.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
Githa Badikillaya of Bengaluru, who has dabbled in botany to banking in the past, now teaches and documents Indology
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Three caught, narcotics seized in Bengaluru 28.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
The Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) here arrested three persons and seized LSD (Lisergic acid Diethylamide) liquid and cubes, MDMA (Methylenedioxy-N-Mythylampheamine) and Mephedrone mixture from them on ...
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