Japanese partners fly in for Kirloskar’s funeral

Karnataka leaders, Japanese partners mourn the death of Vikram Kirloskar Toyota top brass flew in from Japan to pay final respects to vice president of Toyota Kirloskar Pvt Ltd, Vikram Kirloskar. Takayuki Ueda, Toyota Tusho Insurance Broker India said, “His death was very sudden and we did not expect it. My team and I flew […]

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Sustainable measures fall apart at K Gollahalli PHC

Primary Health Centre (PHC) of K.Gollahalliis unable to reap the benefits  of solar powered healthcare. The solar-powered electricity has stopped working at PHC of K.Gollahalli. Dr. Shalini, Medical Officer at PHC in K. Gollahalli said, “Earlier, the PHC was powered by solar energy but it has stopped working since last year.” The government has recommended […]

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Mixed reactions over Egyptian President’s visit next year

Expert says establishing trade relations might be a reason for the invitation. Bengaluru, Nov. 28: Indians of Egyptian descent in Bangalore have mixed views on the Egyptian president’s visit as the chief guest of Republic Day celebrations in 2023. Abdul Rahaman al- Hadad, a third generation Indian, of Egyptian descent  said, “We are happy that […]

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Mixed reactions over Egyptian President’s visit next year

Expert says establishing trade relations might be a reason for the invitation Indians of Egyptian descent in Bangalore have mixed views on the Egyptian president’s visit as the chief guest of Republic Day celebrations in 2023. Abdul Rahaman al-Hadad, a third-generation Indian, of Egyptian descent  said, “We are happy that he is coming and I […]

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Ukraine-returned Indian medical students unclear on career

The students are stuck in their hometowns attending online classes and a few are changing careers as there is no support from the government of India. Indian students who travelled to Ukraine for their medical education are switching careers or are accepting temporary accommodations in Indian universities, where they can use library facilities, andlabs but […]

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Ranil Wickremesinghe: The new PM of Sri Lanka

He has been appointed as the Prime Minister of the country for the fifth time. By Supriya Mehta and Mrunmayee Kulkarni Ranil Wickremesinghe of the United National Party (UNP) has been sworn in as Sri Lanka’s next Prime Minister (PM) today. PTI reported that Ranil Wickremesinghe met the President, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, on May 11 evening, before Rajapaksa […]

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Karnataka’s cashew exports halved over 4 years

Importing poor quality cashew seeds has caused a decline in our exports. Vishwak started a cashew export business in January 2016. He runs Sree Krishna Prasad cashews in Udupi, Karnataka, which imports raw cashew seeds from Zimbabwe. The declining quality of the seeds has led to a decrease in the amount of cashew he used […]

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Nobody won but exporters enjoy spoils of war

Russia and Ukraine’s war caused a global wheat crisis which encouraged India to export more rice and wheat. There has been a rise in exports of rice and wheat from India due to the ongoing Russia- Ukraine conflict, say experts.Exporters fear the popularity of rice-based products like broken- rice could be  only temporary. Aashutosh Agrawal, […]

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Little hope for Indian students for refund from Canadian Colleges

The Quebec Court has given students an option to reapply for admission in these colleges but students say they require time and money that they don’t have. Bengaluru: Happy Sandhu always aimed to make it big in life—when he enrolled in M College in Canada, he thought his dream was inching closer by the day. […]

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Immigrant students in limbo, Australia’s PR woes

Indian students face mental and financial burdens due to unanticipated changes in permanent residency conditions by the Australian government. Palak, a Delhi University alumna, arrived in Australia as an Information technology (IT) student in 2017. She required 70 points to be invited by the Australian government for permanent residency. One morning in 2018 while she […]

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