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Last updated: Sep 16 2014 19:52 IST RSS 2.0
 
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The value system of the ruling elite is a threat to India: Xerxes Desai 16.9.2014 India Together

Hailed for his stewardship of Titan Industries where he built a premium brand from scratch and won for it international renown, Xerxes Desai naturally has one of the keenest perspectives on Indian industry. But his equally deep insights into Indian society and development become apparent through this interaction with Christopher Lopaze.

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Regional Science Centre to come up in Mysore in 2 years: Minister S.R. Patil 16.9.2014 Star of Mysore
Regional Science Centre to come up in Mysore in 2 years: Minister S.R. Patil
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Excel in your profession, students told 16.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Excel in your profession, students told
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RTE quota admissions likely to go online next academic year 16.9.2014 Hindu: Home
Will it really help the poor, ask concerned parents
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Tumkur varsity may become BU-II 16.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Tumkur varsity may become BU-II
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Private school dream turns sour 16.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Private school dream turns sour
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Bangalore doctors leave for Valley 16.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Bangalore doctors leave for Valley
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Bangaloreans come together to save the lakes in the city 16.9.2014 Citizen Matters

One Bangalore Lakes campaign will run from September to March. The team hopes to connect with each and every Bangalorean and make people come together for lakes.

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BU leaves private II PU candidates in fix 16.9.2014 deccanherald.com
In a bolt from the blue for first-year degree students who have completed II PUC as private candidates, colleges, after admitting them to degree courses, are now not allowing them to attend classes. The move comes in the wake of a recent decision by Bangalore University (BU) not to permit private candidates into degree courses. The university recently decided that candidates who have cleared II PUC through private mode do not meet the academic requirements for admissions to degree courses. University vice-chancellor B Thimme Gowda said while the UGC specifies "10+2" as the minimum requirement for degree, private candidates appear directly for II PUC exams and hence it is "technically" not "10+2". Colleges informed students that their admissions are not valid and that they cannot register for the semester exams. Students caught in the muddle say: "Why did the university take the decision after admissions? Students appear for exams in private mode due to family problems and financial constraints and hence ...
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Puttanna Threatens Protest to Support Students 16.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Plan to Convert ‘Playground’ Into A Park Opposed 16.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Cycling for a better Bangalore 16.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
Many conscientious citizens are using pedal power to raise awareness and funds for assorted causes ranging from sanitation to education
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BU Syndicate Ratifies CAS Promotions 16.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Private PUC Students in Limbo Over UGC Order 16.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Leading wildlife experts ignored in new wildlife board 16.9.2014 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
The new body also doesn’t find any representation from Central India, the biggest tiger-bearing area holding one-fourth of the country’s tiger population with 13 tigers reserves and over 30 wildlife ...
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happenings in Goa in brief 16.9.2014 TOI: Goa
happenings in Goa in brief
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VC’s condition to admit private candidates 16.9.2014 Hindu: News
Bangalore University (BU) Vice-Chancellor B. Thimme Gowda on Monday said the varsity would allow admission of students who had cleared the II Pre University (PU) exams as private candidates “if th...
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Make way for future marketeers 15.9.2014 Deccan Herald - New Delhi
When we heard that IIM Calcutta is a runner up, we thought we had lost the competition but were pleasantly surprised when our name was announced as the winners. Our month long efforts have finally paid off," says Pradnya Ashok Shaha as her teammates Vaibhav Oberoi, Sudheshna Sampathkumar and Saiyam Arora nod their heads in agreement. These four students of PGDM (sales and marketing) at the Institute of Management Technology (IMT) Ghaziabad, are from the team that has recently won SABMiller India's 'Brew-a-Career' Business Case Study Competition, 2014 at Bangalore. Back in their hometown, the winners share with Metrolife, their journey to the real boardroom, their experience and aspirations after having won the first prize of Rs one lakh and pre-placement internship for two months! "At the campus-level, we were provided with clues for the case in hand and were asked to prepare a synopsis in five days," says Sampathkumar informing how they competed against 90 teams before being selected for the finals. ...
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Leaping towards progress 15.9.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Polio-affected Manjunath, in his early thirties, is from Attibele, Bangalore. Partially blind Shashikumar, in his early twenties, and Nirmala, a teenager with an obvious mouth-and-jaw deformity belong to Chamarajanagar in rural Karnataka. All of them have one thing in common. They are all beneficiaries of the Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) or Outreach Programme in their locality. CBR is a strategy initiated by the World Health Organisation (WHO), promoting inclusive development and ensuring that all marginalised and excluded groups are included in the process. CBR creates opportunities for people with disabilities to have access to health, education, livelihood, social and economic empowerment, and ensures the holistic development of individuals within the community. Spearheading the CBR projects in Attibele, Chamarajanagar, is a 20-year old Bangalore-based, disability and development organisation, Mobility India (MI). MI is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities have equal rights and ...
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RTE quota admissions likely togo online next academic year 15.9.2014 Hindu: Home
Will it really help the poor, ask concerned parents
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