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Airport: Murthy puts foot down, walks out
Fri, Oct 21, 2005

Underlining once again that Bangalore’s infrastructure is being held hostage by its politics, Infosys chairman and chief mentor N R Nar...

Gowda takes on Infosys Murthy
Wed, Oct 19, 2005

On Saturday, former PM and JD-S leader, H D Deve Gowda, sat through a presentation by Infosys chairman and chief mentor N R Narayana Murthy ...

Karnataka, TN clash over Cauvery island
Wed, Sep 28, 2005

A dispute over a tiny 350 acre island—located in the Cauvery river, on the Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border, in what was once Veerappan coun...

Infosys airlifts its employees out of Houston jam
Sat, Sep 24, 2005

With Hurricane Rita hurtling towards the Texas coast, Indian IT major Infosys has evacuated over 86 people including employees and their fam...

Hitman’s story gives Bollywood script a twist
Fri, Sep 23, 2005

This script has so many twists that even Bollywood has not attempted it yet. Naresh Pardesi, the hitman actor Preeti Jain allegedly hired, h...

Young CEO, Big Dreams: IT Comes of Age
Sat, Sep 17, 2005

A Gift his brother gave him on his twelfth birthday changed the life of Suhas Gopinath. Two years later, when he was 14, he launched a websi...

Clash over, B’lore reboots
Fri, Sep 16, 2005

The storm clouds over Bangalore’s premier IT event—Bangalore—seemed to have cleared today with trade bodies representin...

Loaded question
Sun, Aug 21, 2005

IN December 2002, three months after he was kidnapped by forest brigand Veerappan, former Karnataka minister H Nagappa was found killed by a...

The Aviator: On the wings of a dream, he inspires a community
Thu, Aug 18, 2005

In the courtyard of a dilapidated house, buried in the bustling bylanes of Bangalore’s largely Muslim JC Nagar, lies a crude microlight...

Don’t ask for a midnight dance in Bangalore
Sat, Aug 13, 2005

It’s being called the ‘Talibanisation of Bangalore.’ Dharam Singh’s capital has gone a step ahead of R.R. Patil’s M...

3 yrs on, foreign hand in Gulbarga’s Nazi plane mystery
Mon, Jul 25, 2005

In 2002, a rare World War-II Messerchmitt Bf-109 used by the Germans vanished into thin air from a college campus in Karnataka’s Gulbar...

Infrastructure aborted, tech bigwigs log off Bangalore fair
Sun, Jul 24, 2005

Bangalore's premier infotech companies are seething again. More than a year after they were promised better roads, improved traffic conditio...

US cancer centre checks out yoga
Sat, Jul 16, 2005

The M D Anderson Cancer Centre of Texas — one of the foremost cancer research organisations in the world — has tied up with the Ba...

HAL had a terror whiff last month
Wed, Jul 06, 2005

Did the Centre have intelligence inputs as early as May regarding possible terrorist strikes on places of national importance across the cou...

Dead Veerappan is also becoming a headache
Tue, Jul 05, 2005

Eight months after his death, forest brigand Veerappan is giving the Karnataka police as much of a headache as he did during his elusive &#1...

Whose bullet was it anyway? STF recalls its guns to check
Thu, Jan 23, 2003

Did the Karnataka Special Task Force (STF) or factions within it have a role to play in the alleged encounter leading to the death of forest...

‘We’re going to NY, not to join our son for a holiday, but to pay homage to him’
Tue, Sep 10, 2002

Nearly one year after the terrorist strikes on the US, Anand Puttur hasn’t stopped crying for his son. On September 11, he will be in t...

Karnataka too extracts dose of truth
Thu, Jul 18, 2002

The revelation that Veerapan was paid a Rs 40-crore ransom to end the Rajkumar kidnap drama two years ago may have had quite a bit to do wit...

Doc chats up patient through speech-zone brain surgery
Thu, May 02, 2002

Small talk between doctor and patient is a rarity when a brain tumour is involved. More so, when the patient is on the operating table. But,...

Soccer legend Cruyff scores a goal in India
Tue, Apr 02, 2002

For years he dazzled the world with his superlative football skills, playing the game as much with the head as with the body. Now, Johan Cru...