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Failures teach you a lot, composure-wise: Virat Kholi 24.5.2017 Hindu: Sport
Laments on the learnings from disastrous IPL campaign
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Future Retail looks to expand its neighborhood stores to 4,000 in 3-5 yrs 24.5.2017 Business Standard: News Now
The average size of these stores will be around 2,000-3,000 square feet
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'Farmers will have to turn entrepreneurs to solve their problems' 24.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Farmers should increasingly become entrepreneurs to find homegrown solutions to their problems rather than relying on the government, Helianti Hilman, a progressive natural farming expert from Indonesia, has urged.
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Memories of a Bangalore quartet 24.5.2017 FrontLine: Science & Technology
Satish Dhawan, Sivaraj Ramaseshan, G.N. Ramachandran, and H. Narasimhaiah dominated the scientific landscape of Bengaluru between 1970 and 1990 as contemporaries with uniquely distinct interests and styles. Their dedication to the cause of science continues to inspire people long after their passing. By P. BALARAM
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Unprecedented Rs. 47 crore spent in Pro Kabaddi Season 5 auction 24.5.2017 Sify Finance
[India], May 24 (ANI): Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) concluded its largest-ever 2-day player auction in the national
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Heritage, trees and the ABC programme in limbo 24.5.2017 TOI: Bangalore Times
... as Government Veterinary Hospital on Queens Road makes way for new multi-storey facility
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Pro Kabaddi season 5 auction sees teams spend Rs 47 crore 24.5.2017 Business Standard: Today
VIVO Pro Kabaddi which concluded its two day player auction on Tuesday in the national capital saw the 12 teams spend a total of Rs 46.99 crores to acquire 227 players. Star raiders Nitin Tomar (Rs 93 lakh), Rohit Kumar (Rs 81 lakh) and all-rounder Manjeet Chillar (Rs 75.5 lakh) were the top buys in the auction, picked by Team U.P., Bengaluru Bulls and Jaipur Pink Panthers, respectively. Jang Kun Lee, retained by Bengal Warriors, is the highest valued international player, at Rs 80.3 lakh.The teams spent a total of Rs 3.95 crore on acquiring the top five Indian players and another Rs 2.16 crore (including Lee) on acquiring foreign players. While Day 1 was dominated by Category-A stars, Day 2 saw the franchises finding the perfect balance between experienced and young players. On Day 2 of the auction, Indian players from the remaining categories, went under the hammer. Suraj Desai secured the highest bid on Day 2 by Dabang Delhi K.C. for an amount of INR 52.50 lacs. New entrants also ..
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Man held for outraging modesty of woman 23.5.2017 deccanherald.com
A 27-year-old man has been arrested for outraging the modesty of a married woman in Adugodi on Monday. The suspect Rajesh is a resident of Lakkasandra.

He would often stand in poorly-lit areas and tease women. The victim, who could no more tolerate his act, approached the police and lodged a complaint.

"Based on her leads, the police picked him up from the hotel and interrogated. He confessed to the crime during the interrogation," a police officer said.

The police clarified that Rajesh has no history of crime.
He has been booked under IPC 354 (outraging modesty of a woman).

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Infy's client satisfaction levels highest in 12-yr history, says Sikka 23.5.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka on Tuesday said the company's client satisfaction levels are highest in the 12-year history, with significant improvement in CXO satisfaction scores. In a letter to shareholders as part of the annual report for fiscal 2017, India's second largest IT services company CEO said three years have gone into the exciting journey and this transformation has started to reveal itself. "In fiscal 2017, our client survey states that satisfaction levels are at their highest in the 12-year history, with a significant improvement in CXO satisfaction scores," Sikka said. He also pointed out that industry analysts have endorsed the differentiation of the companys offering. "It includes NelsonHall for our services offerings, both renewed and new; IDC, HfS and Forrester for Infosys Nia, our new artificial intelligence (AI) platform," he said. Sikka also said Infosys will remain differentiated and iconic as it has always been in the past and assured that it will improve and move ahead despite global ...
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I am a 'son of India', says Dalai Lama 23.5.2017 deccanherald.com
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today described himself as a "son of India" and the country a guru for his people who are its chelas (disciples). The 81-year-old Nobel Laureate, whose visit to Arunachal Pradesh last month had angered China, also called himself the messenger of ancient Indian values and knowledge. The Dalai Lama was speaking at the state-level seminar on Social Justice and Dr B R Ambedkar where he said deprivation from social justice in the name of caste was not fromreligion, but was due to feudal systems that existed in our societies. "India is a guru and we are chelas (disciples), we are reliable chelas, because we have preserved your ancient knowledge. "I also consider myself as the son of India as every part of my brain cells are filled with ancient Indian knowledge and my body is because of Indian rice and dal," he said. The religious leader has been in India since 1959. He crossed the border into India after an epic 15-day journey on foot from the Tibetan capital, Lhasa, ...
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Pro Kabaddi season 5 auction sees teams spend Rs 47 cr 23.5.2017 News
VIVO Pro Kabaddi which concluded its two day player auction on Tuesday in the national capital saw the 12 teams spend a total of Rs 46.99 crores to acquire 227 players. Star raiders Nitin Tomar (Rs 93 lakh), Rohit Kumar (Rs 81 lakh) and all-rounder Manjeet Chillar (Rs 75.5 lakh) were the top buys in the auction, picked by Team U.P., Bengaluru Bulls and Jaipur Pink Panthers, respectively. Jang Kun Lee, retained by Bengal Warriors, is the highest valued international player, at Rs 80.3 lakh.The teams spent a total of Rs 3.95 crore on acquiring the top five Indian players and another Rs 2.16 crore (including Lee) on acquiring foreign players. While Day 1 was dominated by Category-A stars, Day 2 saw the franchises finding the perfect balance between experienced and young players. On Day 2 of the auction, Indian players from the remaining categories, went under the hammer. Suraj Desai secured the highest bid on Day 2 by Dabang Delhi K.C. for an amount of INR 52.50 lacs. New entrants also ..
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Indian society needs to introspect, only then caste system will be eradicated: Dalai Lama 23.5.2017 TOI: India
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Epics for the contemporary 23.5.2017 Hindu: Home
Bestselling author Amish Tripathi says a story without a philosophy is like a body without a soul
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India 'guru' for sharing ancient knowledge, Dalai Lama 23.5.2017 deccanherald.com
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today said deprivation of social justice in the name of caste was due to feudal systems that exist in our societies, and it has nothing to do with religion. Calling himself the messenger of ancient Indian values and knowledge, the Dalai Lama said, "India is a guru and we are chelas (followers), we are reliable chelas, because we have preserved your ancient knowledge." "I also consider myself as the son of India as every part of my brain cells are filled with ancient Indian knowledge and my body is because of Indian rice and dal." Deprivation from social justice in the name of caste was not from religion, but it was from existing societal systems like feudal system, the Dalai Lama said speaking at the state level seminar on Social Justice and Dr B R Ambedkar here. He said culturally it was a negative aspect that exists in our society and it must be removed. Even in the name of religion and religious systems, there were some feudal practices and "it should not be ...
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Pro Kabaddi auction: Abozar costliest foreigner, Nitin attracts highest bid 23.5.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
The first day of the two-day auction netted a total price of Rs 27.27 crore for 60 players selected
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Nitin Tomar emerges top buy at Pro Kabaddi League auction 23.5.2017 Sify Finance
[India], May 23 (ANI): Nitin Tomar on Monday scripted history as went for a whopping Rs. 93 lakhs at the Season Five auctions of the Pro Kabaddi League.
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GST impact: Auction of coins, stamps on hold 23.5.2017 Hindu: News
Higher tax rate forces auctioneers to wait and watch at least till August; Indian Numismatic Association seeks exemption for antique coins
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Bengaluru keep the title winning tradition going 22.5.2017 deccanherald.com
It's been three years since Bengaluru FC's inception and since then, no season has gone by without them winning at least one title. If the first season saw them claim the I-league title on debut, in the following year they won the Federation Cup. Then in 2015-16 they once again wrapped up the league with a game to spare. So when the league didn't go according to plans in the 2016-17 season, Bengaluru had to get their hands on the Federation Cup to keep this trend going. "Not winning the league this year meant we had to turn up and deliver in the Federation cup," said midfielder Eugeneson Lyngdoh describing the emotions in the team going into the tournament. "We've made it a habit to win one trophy a season and we told ourselves that we have to keep that going. Moreover, with the league gone, only way for us to keep our hopes of playing in Asia alive was to win here, so we had to do this," he added. There was pressure. The pressure of expectation and the pressure of another year in Asia, but delivering ...
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Raider Nitin Tomar emerges costliest buy in Pro Kabaddi history 22.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Raider Nitin Tomar on Monday shattered all records to emerge the costliest-ever player to be bought in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) auction.
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KR Market Metro station to reflect Bengaluru's heritage 22.5.2017 Deccan Herald - City
Walls of the entrances to the KR Market Metro station will be designed to resemble the Bengaluru fort, with authorities keen to make Namma Metro part of Bengaluru's heritage and culture. The Karnataka Rural Infrastructure Development Ltd (KRIDL), which is executing the work, is working on cladding the outer walls of the south-west entrance with 'Mysore Gold Stone', a soft granite similar in looks to the stones of the fort wall. Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL) managing director Pradeep Singh Kharola had previously said that the market station will be designed in such a way that it will stand in harmony with the historical structures in the area. Balancing act "The Department of Urban Land Transport (DULT) and the BMRCL have come up with designs to develop the KR Market Metro station and surrounding area in such a way that urbanisation is balanced with the culture represented by surrounding monuments. "Our work is monitored and suitable changes are being made at every step when required," ...
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