Bengaluru Comic Con Pays Tribute to Stan Lee

The eighth edition of the popular pop culture festival celebrated recently deceased Lee’s journey. By Rudrankar Raha Bengaluru, Nov. 23, 2018. The Bengaluru Comic-Con paid homage to Stanley Lieberman who passed away on November 12 2018. “Stan Lee is the greatest pioneer in the world of comics as we know it,” said Satrajit Choudhury, a […]

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Virtual Reality Now Offered in Schools

Some schools in Bengaluru are now using the power of technology to educate children. The Blossoms School in Bengaluru has become the first school in the city to introduce Virtual Reality (VR) modules to teach students. There are VR headsets and other gears available for students to learn different subjects. “The VR module is being […]

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Swacchameva Jayate Campaign Launched in Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Nov. 19, 2018. Karnataka Chief Minister, HD Kumaraswamy, inaugurated the Swacchameva Jayate a campaign launched to celebrate World Toilet Day celebrated in India. “The focus of this campaign will be more on rural Karnataka, as it is were the major concern is ” said Swathi Attavar, a coordinator for the event being held at […]

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High Percentage of Engineering Graduates Remain Unemployed

The dip in job placements for students across government and private engineering institutions in the country is a huge cause of concern for the education sector According to the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), there has been a decline in the number of engineering institutes across the country. There were around 3,400 such […]

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Fraudsters are a Menace for Money Investors

India is considered to be a burgeoning economy, and thus its insurance and other money investment sectors are also flourishing. But cases of fraud being exposed is a major concern for people in  financial sectors, and the significant role these insurance scams play in negatively affecting the insurance sector and lives of people is often […]

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India Miles Away From Being a Leading Sporting Nation

India won 69 medals in the recently concluded Asian games, held in Jakarta and Palembang, surpassing its previous best record made in the 2010 Asiad at Guangzhou, China, and equaled the gold medal tally of 15 from the first ever Asian Games held in New Delhi, India. The country of more than 1.2 billion is […]

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