Vokkaliga supremo calls Siddaramaiah corrupt

From Indira canteen to the decision on the Langayat issue, the Vokkaliga Jagrate Vedike left no stones unturned to point fingers at the “faults” of the present government. Bangalore, April 12, 2018: The Vokkaliga Jagrate Vedike along with their PresidentGangadhar has called for a new Chief Minister on the grounds that the current one is […]

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White Ribbon Alliance launches “What Women Want”

The campaign aims to improve maternal health and make positive change for women and girls. Bangalore, April 11, 2018: The White Ribbon Alliance (WRA) has launched the ‘What Women Want’ campaign today on International Maternal Health and Rights Day. It has launched today. The organisation is expected to take suggestions from one million women and […]

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Labor organization raises unemployment issue

Youth For Employment’ threatened to not vote if their jobs demands are not met. A youth labor organization called ‘Youth For Employment’ has threatened to storm political rallies and ask tough questions on unemployment if political parties do not meet the labor demands they have set in a youth manifesto. Ravi, a member of the […]

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Therapy dogs help fight stress

Use of therapy dogs to fight work stress and depression is trending as start-ups exploit this business opportunity. Cities like Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai are opting for dog therapy to fight from depression, stress and anxiety. Companies like Swearondog.in, Bangalore and Animal Angels Foundation, Mumbai are working to help citizens and employees fight stress. Educational […]

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’Trin trin’ bicycles make little noise

Experts question the feasibility of the bike-sharing scheme to be introduced in Bangalore. Bangalore, April 9, 2018: ‘Trin trin’, a public bicycle sharing system which is to be introduced in Bangalore has failed to elicit confidence about its feasibility. Trin trin is a public bike sharing system introduced in Mysuru, Karnataka. In this system the […]

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BMTC demands Aadhar from visually challenged

BMTC has refused to issue bus passes to visually impaired people on grounds that they need to produce Aadhar cards. Bangalore, 13 March 2018: Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has refused to issue bus passes to members of a society of visually challenged people because they did not have Aadhar cards. Members of a society […]

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“Husharamma Husharu” song to be released to create awareness among women

Bangalore, 27 Feb’ 2018: Music artists have contributed to the creation of Husharamma Husharu, a song composed to spread awareness about problems faced by women. The video and the music have been composed by Palani D. Senapathy. He has also directed the music video for the song which has been sung by Jayalaxmi Anand. Issues […]

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