City joins protests against rape

Angry students, social activists and organizations took to the streets of Bangalore to protest against the inactivity of police and the government in the Unnao and Kathua cases. Bangalore, April 13, 2018: At least 150 furious protesters gathered at the Mysore Bank Circle in Bangalore to protest the government’s failure to provide justice to the […]

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High Tension Political Drama Grips Karnataka

Ananth Kumar, Javadekar hit out at Congress ‘Chola Bhatura’ fast From Ananth Kumar and Javadekar hitting out at Congress to Vokkaliga Supremo accusing Siddaramaiah of corruption cases, the political drama in K’Taka grips the state in election fever. By Narayan R, Garima Dhawan, Abhishek and Bharath Manjesh Bangalore, April 12, 2018: Minister of Parliamentary Affairs […]

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Twitter rages, as angry Tamil Nadu takes to the streets

Picture Courtesy: S Vicky, Puthiya Thalaimurai Protests broke out in parts of Chennai following the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the city Bangalore, March 12, 2018: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a visit to Chennai, was welcomed with black balloons and black flags asking him to go back following the Central […]

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Dalits to celebrate “Social Justice Day” on Ambedkar Jayanti

The event comes after Supreme Court’s decision on the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989. Bangalore, April 11, 2018: To commemorate the 127th  birth anniversary of Dr. B.R Ambedkar, the Karnataka Rajya Dalita Sanghattane (KRDS) is all set to protest and celebrate the day as ‘Social Justice’ day. The KRDS […]

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Planning to go Organic? Check the certification says FSSAI

While retailers are unhappy with FSSAI’s decision, consumers have welcomed it. Bangalore, April 11, 2018:  If you have a favorite organic brand, prepare to bid your goodbye to it if it doesn’t follow the latest Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) regulation that wants food companies selling organic produce to get certified with […]

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Government unable to provide relief money to acid attack victims

City based organisation demands for equal relief funds for both male and female acid attack victims Bangalore, March 15, 2018: The Central government has failed to provide compensations amounting to Rs 3,00,000 which was alloted for acid attack victims. This comes after the Ministry of Home Affairs on 14th October 2015 issued a circular that specifies […]

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TRAI under pressure to relax regulation in new telecom policy

The Industry says regulation in Internet-of-things (IoT) will kill innovation in the sector Bangalore, March 13, 2018: Internet and telecom industries are calling for a relaxed regulation and licensing framework for the IoT (internet-of-things) sector in the National Telecom Policy 2018 due later this year. TRAI in its consultation paper that came out in February […]

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Air commute disrupted in India post US-Bangla air crash

US-Bangla plane crash in Kathmandu yesterday has impacted the airline and its customers.  Bangalore, March 13, 2018: Direct flights from Bangladesh to Kathmandu have been cancelled following the US-Bangla plane crash in Kathmandu, Nepal which killed 49 people. Masud, executive of central reservation of US-Bangla Airlines, said that all flights to Kathmandu from Bangladesh have been […]

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