Passengers in limbo as trains cancelled

 Cyclone Jawad is likely to disrupt train schedules over the next few days. South Western Railways has cancelled several trains. Passengers are stranded at Bangalore’s train stations as over 30 trains have been cancelled due to Cyclone Jawad. The cyclone predicted to reach Andhra Pradesh and Odisha on Saturday. Maria, station master of Bangalore cantonment […]

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Sahitya Parishad’s event schedules to January, 2022

Various Kannada literary works are set to be released at the event, along with display of other works of historic importance. The third state session of Akhila Bharathiya Sahitya Parishad (ABSP ) will be held in Ujire, Dakshin Kannada on January 8 and 9, 2022. The event was supposed to take place in December 2021 […]

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Women bear sterilization along with the baby

Male sterilisation is easier and less risky than female sterilization. Yet, vasectomies are only 2.5 percent of all sterilisations in developing countries. Reports show that female sterilization has jumped by 16.5 percent from 2016 to 2020, whereas male sterilization remains zero over the last four years. Female sterilization is a  highly accepted contraceptive methods among […]

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Absence of marshals makes citizens forget COVID norms

As the numbers of Covid-19 cases are dropping in the city, people are not wearing masks, nor are they maintaining social distance. Hardly any teams of marshals, home guards, and police were seen at Commercial Street in Bengaluru to keep an eye on people violating covid norms. Bengaluru city saw a steady fall in Covid-19 […]

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Women in Business increased by 6% in India

The growing number of business women in India, will help to boost the economy and create more job opportunities says business expert. The proportion of women’s enterprises among all Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) was 13.76 percent in 2016, which increased to 20.37 percent in 2021. However, investors are cautious before investing in any […]

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Students’ safety is the priority

More students are attending offline classes after schools and colleges began RT-PCR tests. Parents are willing to send their wards to schools and colleges after administrations  decided to conduct a Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction test (RT-PCR) once a week. A Public Relations Officer (PRO) of a school in Kumbalgodu said, “We are conducting RT-PCR tests […]

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Pandemic brings losses for bag manufacturers

Pandemic has pushed bag manufacturers to shut down their production and go back to their hometowns. The pandemic has pushed school bag shop owners and manufacturers to either switch their business or completely shut down their manufacturing hub. Sadre Alam, who used to have a bag manufacturing unit in Bamboo Bazaar in Bengaluru, had to […]

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