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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Epidemic of Lung Cancer in Bangalore

Lung cancer seems to cause more deaths in India than any other cancer. By Jignasa Sinha and Rohit Chatterjee Bengaluru, Nov. 23, 2018. Vikram Hospital aims to provide lung cancer screening program and smoking cessation therapy to everyone. The event had Dr. Niti Raizada, a senior consultant in oncology), Dr. Suraj Manjunath, onco-surgeon, and Dr. […]

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Huge Decline in Car Sales This Diwali

Despite numerous offers and discounts, the sales of domestic cars have declined this November. Bangalore, Nov. 22, 2018 By Praveena Parthiban The sale of passenger vehicles, particularly domestic cars, has fallen drastically during the third financial quarter of October-December 2018, mainly because of the fall in sales this November during Diwali. This is surprising because […]

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Bangaloreans Suffer Due to Diminishing Groundwater

With no perennial water resources and ever-growing population, Bangalore will collapse: Expert. Bengaluru, Nov.17, 2018. Groundwater rejuvenation is poor in Bangalore; overexploitation of the groundwater by the government and the citizens has led to a massive fall in the levels of groundwater in the city. The latest Niti Aayog report ranks Bangalore amongst the top […]

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No Condom Vending Machines in the City

  The city continues to move with no condoms vending machines. Bangalore, Sept. 17, 2018: The number of AIDS/HIV cases has gradually increased in the city over the past year. The awareness program by the Karnataka State Aids Prevention Society (KSAPS) includes the monitoring of sex workers and their health check. The society provides free condoms […]

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Crematorium Workers Get Less Than Their Stipulated Salary

The five workers of the Hindu Crematorium in Kengeri get a monthly salary which is only one-fourth of what they are supposed to be paid.   Bangalore, Sept. 5, 2018: “The workers of the Hindu Crematorium on Komaghatta Road in Kengeri Satellite Town get a monthly salary of Rs. 2000 since years”, said Shiv Kumar, […]

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Watch out; It’s cloudy with a chance of watermelons

Karnataka remains India’s second highest water melon producer in the last five years Bangalore, April 09, 2018: Karnataka loves its watermelons and how. A report shows that the state has been the second largest producer of water melon since 2011-12 till 2015-16, the first being Uttar Pradesh. Mr. Vishwanath, the Managing Director at Horticulture Producers […]

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Whether its illness or bleeding wounds, pourakarmikars have to take it all

Lack of basic safety equipment result in frequent illnesses for the pourakarmikas Bangalore, April 9, 2018: “Everyday even after washing my hands with soap, my hands stink. It has been 12 years that I am cleaning waste, still we don’t have proper materials to use while we work,” said Devi pourakarmika working in Jaynagar ward, […]

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Red tape, cash crunch stalls maternal health schemes

The maternal health schemes in the state haven’t been functioning to their full capacity to reap benefits Bangalore, April 9, 2018: Indu waits eagerly for the check- up of her one year old son at Magadi Road Maternity hospital. At 22, she has already given birth to two children, one of whom is already five […]

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