Bangalore becomes hub for online crypto courses

Online crypto courses in Bangalore are on a rise as demand for those who possess crypto knowledge increases in India. Bangalore, 8 March, 2018: With the government pushing for adaptation of new technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Blockchain Technology across different sectors, institutes providing crash courses on blockchain have been experiencing a […]

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Lingayat tag is ‘vote bank politics’: Shobha Karandlaje

The BJP MLA says the CM is dividing the society. The state government’s decision has stirred up a hornet’s nest. The State Government’s recommendation to the Centre that religious minority status be granted to Lingayat and Veerashaiva communities has triggered strong reactions various political parties in the state. The Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) has accused the […]

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BBMP invites tenders for desilting storm water drains

The Urban Development Minister spoke about the storm water drain work done on Double Road. Bangalore, 20 March, 2018: The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Pallike(BBMP) has invited tenders for desilting upto 239 km of Storm Water Drains that would cost the municipality Rs 42 crore. “The process will take another 15 days or so and by April 15, […]

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Bangalore Palace shocks tourists for lack of maintenance

Tourists unhappy with the poorly preserved premises of the Bangalore Palace The hallway was dimly lit – setting an eerie atmosphere right from the moment you step inside. Once take the stairs, following the audio-guide, you reach the hallway upstairs as you steadily step into a brief history of the royalty that had inhabited the […]

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The invasion that changed the Middle East

This week marks 15 years of the US-led invasion of Iraq, which toppled the Ba’athist government of Saddam Hussein, changing Iraq and the Middle East, forever. By Madhuvanthi Srinivasan Bangalore, March 20, 2018: The Americans decided to invade Iraq to free the people of the country from the hands of tyranny and destroy the threat […]

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Prithvi Reddy to take on KJ George as AAP announce candidate list

This is the first time the party will be contesting elections in Karnataka. Bangalore, 20 March 2018: The Aam Aadmi Party’s announcement of candidates for upcoming Karnataka elections sees state convenor Prithvi Reddy take on Congress’ KJ George from Sarvagnanagar. The party, which is in power in Delhi, released 18 names in their first candidature […]

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Technology need of the hour to track down human trafficking

Justice and Care, an NGO, that works towards solutions to tackle human trafficking has drafted a Standard Operating Procedure for video conferencing human trafficking cases. On Tuesday, during the synopsium of technology and trafficking, the senior director of Justice and care, Adrian Phillips, said that criminals use internet, social media and chat rooms to trap […]

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Benniganahalli Lake becomes a health hazard

The constant dumping of garbage and subsequent burning near the lake has irked the residents in the area. Bangalore, March 20, 2018: Residents in Purva Midtown Residencies in Dooravani Nagar lament as they struggle to find fresh air to breathe. Around 250 families living in the area complain about potential health hazards that might crop […]

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First–aid kits missing , BMTC commuters at risk

First aid kits are missing from Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) buses. This, despite several requests and warnings from the Corporation’s officials. By Ritika Gondhalekar Bangalore, March 20, 2018: If the BMTC bus you are travelling is involved in an accident, you might be in trouble. Most buses lack first aid kits and basic medicines. […]

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