Harmony Between pet Owners and Residents

Bangalore Apartments’ Federation has come up with a new Regulation for pet Ownership By –  SA Gayatri Bangalore, Jan. 17, 2019: There have been increasing cases of clashes between pet owners and other residents in apartments. Bangalore Apartments’ Federation (BAF), which is a federation that represents the interests of hundreds of apartment complexes, and many […]

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Child Labour Still Prevalent in Bangalore

According to the City Crime Bureau, child labour still remains a major issue in the city of Bangalore. By Hansy Sanctis Bengaluru, Jan 17. 2019: According to the CCRB, labour contractors have been employing children below age 18 in construction work. They work on a daily contract basis, earning daily wages which are legally less […]

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A Weekend of Cost Management

Convention held on issues faced by accountants. By Ajay Ramanathan and Hansy Sanctis Bengaluru, Nov. 23, 2018: The President of the Federation of Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FKCCI), Sudhakar S Shetty, announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Institute of Cost Accounting (ICAI) in Bengaluru today. The Regional CMA Convention 2018 is organized […]

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Journalists Killed in the World

UNESCO reveals the dangers of journalism. By Surbhi Jain Bengaluru, Nov. 23, 2018. According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s Director General’s report, on the safety of journalists and the danger of impunity, regarding the killings of journalists between January 2016 and to December 2017, 182 journalists were killed. 1010 journalists killed […]

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Safer Neighbourhood Action Program Launched

The NGO Durga is implementing several safety measures in the city. By Saloni Arora Bengaluru, Nov. 18, 2018. Durga, an NGO in Bangalore, is going to launch the SNAP (Safer Neighbourhood Action Program) project in the city. Under the project, they will be introducing three- course syllabus structured around gender conversations and sexual harassment, especially in […]

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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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Karnataka United Front to Stage Protests Soon

Karnataka united firm is going to stage protests against the government to make Kannada compulsory in the state. By Manasi Pawar Bengaluru, Nov. 23, 2018. On the day of the meeting on 22nd November 2018 of the Chief Minister , HD Kumaraswamy, and the sugarcane factory owners, some 10 members of the Karnataka United firm, […]

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Insufficient Medical Supply for H1N1

The H1N1 in-patient flow in hospitals is increasing. Bangalore, Nov.  22, 2018 By Samanth Lanka Doctors claim that since October, they have seen many H1N1 (swine-flu) symptom cases, allergies, and viral infections among Bangaloreans. “For a week, I was suffering from fever and after medication, it was cured. But since yesterday, I am suffering from […]

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Most of Theft Cases go Unreported

Bangalore ranks second in terms of police satisfaction Bangalore Nov. 22, 2018 By Aiswarya Sriram A survey published in the National Crime Records Bureau called ‘Safety Trends and Reporting of Crime’, says only 18 percent of people in Bangalore reported thefts in police stations. The report covers four major cities of India, namely Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, […]

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