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Politicians accused of hijacking religion 21.10.2010 Hindu: Cities
Do not use politics to enforce views on others: Archbishop of Canterbury
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�Dialogue alone can strengthen inter-religious faith� 20.10.2010 Deccan Herald: State
They were interacting with the public after a hour long inter-faith dialogue at the Ecumenical Christian Centre at Whitefield. The dialogue between Hindu and Christian seers was an attempt to break barriers between the two religions. As Rev Williams earned fame for bridging gaps between the religions through dialogue process, Hindus in London were expecting Rev Williams to hold a similar dialogue between the two sects. This initiative by the Christian seer in association with Prof Chakravarthi Ram Prasad of Lancaster University in United Kingdom is seen as an attempt to address this grouse of Hindus. Sharing the dais with seers Tridandi Srimannarayana Ramanuja Chinnajeeyar, Sugunendra Teertha, Harshanandaji, Shivamurthy Shivacharya, Paramananda Bharathi, Rev V Vasantha Kumar and Dr C Taranath S Sagar, the Christian seer said this inter-religious dialogue was an attempt to know the truth.
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Fastest growing IT corridor: Bengaluru's ORR 18.10.2010 Rediff: Business
Bengaluru's Outer Ring Road spanning from Hebbal to the Silk Board Junction has been recognised as one of India's fastest growing IT/ITeS growth corridors, according to a report by Vestian Global Workplace Services.
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TCS man crushed under lorry, two others killed in hit-and-run case in Bangalore 18.10.2010 DNA: Top News
TCS employee P Devesh, 29, was heading towards his office on Whitefield Road when a lorry knocked him down from behind and crushed him.
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Four killed in separate accidents 18.10.2010 Deccan Herald: City
Four killed in separate accidents
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Archbishop of Canterbury to hold talks with Hindu seers 15.10.2010 DNA: Top News
The archbishop is on a 16-day tour of India from October 9 at the invitation of the Communion of Churches in India.
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It's Bangalore calling for Archbishop of Canterbury 14.10.2010 TOI: Bangalore Times
Bangalore will host none other than the head of the Anglican Communion Worldwide, the Archbishop of Canterbury on October 20 and 22.
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Anglican-Hindu dialogue being hosted by Archbishop of Canterbury in Bangalore 13.10.2010 New Kerala: India News
After losing land, their houses are under threat in Bangalore 13.10.2010 DNA: Top News
Road widening looms over lives of farmers, whose fields were acquired for a Special Economic Zone.
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Tech glitch hits city water supply 13.10.2010 Deccan Chronicle: Bangalore

Oct. 12: The call centre at the Bengaluru Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) has been flooded with complaints as several parts of the city did not get water as major water supply pumps were shut last week due to technical glitches.

The BWSSB has received complaints regarding shortage of water from areas across the city including Marathahalli, Vidyaranyapuram,Girinagar, Cottonpet, Chikpet a

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Prestige Real Estate Projects IPO — Avoid 12.10.2010 HBL: Front Page
Retail investors can give the initial public offer of the Bangalore-based realty player Prestige Real Estate Projects (Prestige) a miss for
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A green oasis amid a concrete jungle 11.10.2010 Deccan Herald: City
A green oasis amid a concrete jungle
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Durga Pooja at Total Mall 8.10.2010 Deccan Herald: City
Besides having stalls of handloom and hand work sarees, SORRBA (Sarjapur Outer Ring Road Bengali Association) has organised stalls which will serve delicacies like Godindo Bhog, banskathi and Miniket rice, special Chanachur, Bengali Dal bodi and a wide variety of dishes made of fish. The cultural events will feature Sromona Chakraborty, daughter of legendary singer Kishore Kumar singing on October 15. Total has actively involved in the community celebrating all kinds of festivals along with their immediate neighbours. If you wish to enjoy Durga Pooja, then make sure you visit Total on Sarjapur Road this festive season.
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Water supply to be hit in parts of City for a week - Deccan Herald 8.10.2010 Google News
Water supply to be hit in parts of City for a week Deccan Herald The Cauvery water supply will be affected in many parts of the City for a week as one of the water supply lines of Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board ... ...
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15 students injured in bus mishap at Whitefield 6.10.2010 NIE: Bangalore
The mini bus fell into a dry Bellandur Lake when the driver tried to avoid a headon collision.
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Narrow escape for students as bus falls into dry tank bed 6.10.2010 Deccan Herald: City
The bus was ferrying 50 students of Krupanidhi College from its head office in Koramangala, to Carmelaram Post in Chikka Bellandur, where the institute’s branch is located. When the bus reached a narrow road adjoining Gunjur tank, another vehicle approached from the opposite direction. While attempting to make way for the approaching lorry, the driver pulled vehicle towards left. However, he lost control over the bus and it fell into 22-foot deep tank bed, police said. Bus lifted At least 32 students suffered minor injuries. They were rushed to a nearby hospital and were treated as out-patients at St John’s Medical College and Hospital. The bus was lifted by a crane. Whitefield police have booked a case of accident.
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Intermittent power supply tomorrow 5.10.2010 Deccan Herald: City
Intermittent power supply tomorrow
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Rachenahallli farmers now want justice 4.10.2010 DNA: Top News
Rachenahalli, situated about five km from Outer Ring Road near Hebbal, is in the limelight, thanks to the opposition revelations on the denotification scam that allegedly benefited BY Raghavendra, son of chief minister BS Yeddyurappa.
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High profile realtors eye city land 3.10.2010 TOI: Hyderabad Times
It’s raining developers in the city’s realty sector. Big ticket realtors from across India are now streaming into Hyderabad to set shop, in what they say is the country’s “most affordable” metropolitan city, as far as land prices are concerned.
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Camilla loved Indian soups 3.10.2010 TOI: Bangalore Times
Fresh soups, low fat and low oil South Indian food, yoga and meditation... the five-day sojourn for Camilla, wife of Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall in Bangalore's Soukya holistic health centre was truly rejuvenating.
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