Saturday, Nov 01, 2014
Indian engineers look for solutions in J&K floods aftermath

Indian engineers look for solutions in J&K floods aftermath

Technologies for the Hill Regions has been identified as one of the main themes for the engineers’ conclave.

Bangalore police expose companies issuing fake IT job certificates

Bangalore police expose companies issuing fake IT job certificates

The Deputy Commissioner of Police has also IT firms to inform the police if they have recruited any benificiaries of the fake certificates racket.

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Police and people come together to stop brawl in Nand Nagri from turning communal

For ceremony, art director Nitin Desai has incorporated elements from across the state in venue décor

Says those who bring shame to party will be expelled

Only LPG autorickshaws will be allowed to ply in city thereafter

In Ahmedabad, Amit Shah terms Modi the ‘leader of the century’

The beautician who reported the crime to the police had earlier claimed that her partner had stabbed himself.

Three police FIRs detail incidents leading to Saturday’s violence, point to central role of rumours.

The NTS examination is a national-level scholarship that aims at identifying young talent, taking the test every year.

After meeting Raj Thackeray, lone MNS MLA Sonawane says he will follow party chief’s instructions on BJP’s call.

Besides, the new government perhaps also wants to make a statement by holding the event in Haryana.

Intense lobbying is on for the 10 Rajya Sabha seats which will fall vacant on 25 November.

Sunil Mehra, a yarn dealer, said, “One can see Chinese blankets and quilts these days; they are cheaper than our Indian products.”

While this may be the first technology magazine, there have been many e-anks over the last couple of years.

No party has much to say on decrepit transport infrastructure, housing etc.

Tired of negotiating within the limits of their positions, some are now prioritising issues concerning state government departments.

Earlier, Rafiqul, a spokesperson of the All India United Democratic Front, said it was pointless to malign the entire madrasa system.

After 4 years, city’s chances of getting a minister look bright.

Accused claim she died of drug overdose; police wait for the post-mortem report.

Although the situation has been brought under control, a strong police presence continues to guard the tense village.

‘Ram Temple exists in Ayodhya, question now is of giving it grand shape’

Also followed were JCB machines and trolleys to lift the garbage.

Centre likely to give apex court a clear plan on Oct 28.

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Karnataka Home Minister warns schools over rape cases
Karnataka Home Minister warns schools over rape cases

He said that Education dept must take responsibility to ensure preventive measures are in place to avoid attacks in schools.

Bangalore: Teacher arrested for alleged sexual assault of 6-year-old girl
Bangalore: Teacher arrested for alleged sexual assault of 6-year-old girl

The girl was allegedly sexually assaulted twice by the accused on October 28 and 29 within the school premises.

Tweet from Delhi sends Bangalore Police on job scam trail
Tweet from Delhi sends Bangalore Police on job scam trail

Police in Bangalore have arrested two persons for cheating thousands of unemployed youth from across the country.

Indian engineers look for solutions in J&K floods aftermath
Indian engineers look for solutions in J&K floods aftermath

Technologies for the Hill Regions has been identified as one of the main themes for the engineers’ conclave.

Bangalore police expose companies issuing fake IT job certificates
Bangalore police expose companies issuing fake IT job certificates

The Deputy Commissioner of Police has also IT firms to inform the police if they have recruited any benificiaries of the fake certificates racket.

For first time Karnataka Lok Ayukta hits 100 mark for corruption cases
For first time Karnataka Lok Ayukta hits 100 mark for corruption cases

Last week, the Karnataka Lok Ayukta crossed the century mark for corruption cases for 2014.

Bangalore railway station becomes 1st station to have WiFi facility
Bangalore railway station becomes 1st station to have WiFi facility

WiFi facility will be available to the passengers on their mobile phones free of charges, initially for a period of 30 minutes.

Beautician arrested in Bangalore for murder of live-in partner
Beautician arrested in Bangalore for murder of live-in partner

The beautician who reported the crime to the police had earlier claimed that her partner had stabbed himself.

Doctors strike at Karnataka govt hospitals set to cripple services
Doctors strike at Karnataka govt hospitals set to cripple services

The health minister has claimed that the government has sufficient back up doctors to tide over the next few days.

Road rage? Three Bangalore techies, gym owner held for assault on Nagaland couple
Road rage? Three Bangalore techies, gym owner held for assault on Nagaland couple

We have registered a case of molestation, assault and threat to life based on a complaint lodged by the woman who was assaulted: Police.

Bangalore police lean on ‘Tweetformants’ for criminal intelligence
Bangalore police lean on ‘Tweetformants’ for criminal intelligence

Bangalore Police have been tweeting seeking public cooperation in solving cases of robbery, fake job certificates and many other crimes.

Bangalore: Four-year-old sexually assaulted at Bangalore international school; staff being questioned
Bangalore: Four-year-old sexually assaulted at Bangalore international school; staff being questioned

This is the third incident of a minor girl being allegedly sexually assaulted on school campus in the city.

Karnatak University VC arrested on charges of corruption

Officials at the university were being bribed to award contracts for construction activities and to purchase equipment, the inquiry found.

Karnataka medical college chief accused of cheating by seat aspirant
Karnataka medical college chief accused of cheating by seat aspirant

A case has been registered against Dr Appaji Gowda, president of the Vokkaligara Sangha and two doctors.

30 child workers rescued from Bangalore leather units
30 child workers rescued from Bangalore leather units

They used to bring the children from Bihar and Nepal for employment in leather bag manufacturing units.

Bangalore: Disgruntled mob attacks woman IAS officer over job cuts; 19 arrested
Bangalore: Disgruntled mob attacks woman IAS officer over job cuts; 19 arrested

The IAS officer was deputed as the director general only a couple of months ago.

After attack on Manipuri students, Bangalore police to hold neighbourhood meetings
After attack on Manipuri students, Bangalore police to hold neighbourhood meetings

The three Manipuri students – T Michael Lamjathang Haokip, 26 and his two friends were attacked on Tuesday night by locals.

Three Manipuri youths attacked in Bangalore for not speaking in Kannada
Three Manipuri youths attacked in Bangalore for not speaking in Kannada

The accused, arrested in Bangalore, allegedly attacked the Manipuri students with chairs during the bar brawl.

Six caught trying to sell Brazilian Real worth Rs 63 lakh in Bangalore
Six caught trying to sell Brazilian Real worth Rs 63 lakh in Bangalore

The main persons behind the sale of the currency are yet to be traced.

High court notice for Bangalore officials in open drains PIL
High court notice for Bangalore officials in open drains PIL

The PIL was filed after negligence of civic agencies lead to death of a nine-year-old girl.

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