• Branches of State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, Hyderabad, Mysore, Patiala and Travancore to function as branches of SBI ... - India.com

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    Branches of State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, Hyderabad, Mysore, Patiala and Travancore to function as branches of SBI ...
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    In February 2017, the cabinet approved the earlier proposed merger of State Bank of India and five subsidiaries. By Uddipta Das | Updated: March 20, 2017 9:26 PM IST Follow Email. 0 Shares. Facebook share; Twitter share; Share on Google+ · Share on ...and more »
  • With mind, heart and some hard work - The Hindu

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    With mind, heart and some hard work
    The Hindu
    Isn't it sad that Sanskrit has become merely a 'scoring' subject? With a little interest, one can not only learn the language well, but also fare better in exams. Preparing for a Sanskrit examination can be very different from studying for examinations ...
  • The truth about lies - The Hindu

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    The truth about lies
    The Hindu
    Sometimes the choice of the subject makes the going heavy in the classroom. The recent socio-cultural and political events brought to the classroom a kind of exigency that catalszed a debate over the post-truth society. On that droll day, the ...and more »
  • MBA scholarships - The Hindu

    MBA scholarships
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    Eligibility:A first class honours degree and 4 years' relevant work experience or an upper second class honours degree and 6 years' relevant work experience or a lower second class honours degree and 8 years' relevant work experience. Global II 15% ...
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  • Making it people friendly - The Hindu

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    Making it people friendly
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    The Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) organised a one-day State-level Science Exhibition-cum-Competition on the topic “Science and Technological Solutions for Specially Abled Persons” at its Jnana Sangama campus, Belgaum on Friday.
  • Government will provide incentives to farmers who save water - NYOOOZ

    Government will provide incentives to farmers who save water
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    Summary: Farmers have to adopt technologies to yield more crops using less water," he said.Centre not developedShivanna said that the research center in Naganahalli, which is celebrating its centenary, has not developed as expected. KRS dam is reaching ...and more »
  • Software to help builders - The Hindu

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    Software to help builders
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    Quantum of raw materials required, level of project completion, speed of work, and other issues will be monitored and reported by start-ups. A look by Nandhini Sundar. With RERA coming into force, the real estate industry is likely to see plenty of ...
  • Learning archaeology - The Hindu

    Learning archaeology
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    Do archaeologists study dinosaurs? Is studying the past important in the contemporary context? If these are questions you have, this course is for you. The course is an introduction to theories and methods in archaeology. It will give you an overview ...
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  • Invest now - The Hindu

    Invest now
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    With loan interest rates reduced by 0.5 per cent, perhaps investors have to make the best of the deal now, according to experts in the industry. State Bank of India (SBI), the country's largest lender, has reduced its marginal cost of funds based ...
  • Homes will get costlier in Bengaluru - The Hindu

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    Homes will get costlier in Bengaluru
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    With construction material costs getting dearer, the market expects the built-up costs to be passed on to buyers in the next quarter. A look at the market by Ranjani Govind. There will be a definite 20 per cent increase in overall pricing in ...
  • Design changes with age - The Hindu

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    Design changes with age
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    Just as functionality and context call for differential approach in design, so does the age factor. A senior living environment comes with its own specific requirements that sensitively address an elderly person's needs. Be it the living room, kitchen ...
  • CREDAI Realty Expo - The Hindu

    CREDAI Realty Expo
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    Following demonetisation in November last and its effects, it is now safe to say that prices of real estate have stabilised for the time being. It is also being predicted that by the second quarter of 2017, property prices are set to escalate with the ...
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  • Be cautious while designing for the elderly - The Hindu

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    Be cautious while designing for the elderly
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    Many factors have to be kept in mind while doing up the rooms and fixtures. Architect Anand Prakash spells them out. Architects do not particularly design houses customised for the aged, unless they are specifically designing theme-based projects like ...
  • The experience of alignment - The Hindu

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    The experience of alignment
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    As I was tuning the tamburas, and trying to align my mind to the sruti (pitch), this thought crossed my mind — Alignment can be in the moment, alignment can be an experience. My mind went back to the Mumbai suburban trains. Travelling in the Mumbai ...
  • Shining without stars - The Hindu

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    Shining without stars
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    The feeling when you enter a theatre with nil expectations and exit overwhelmed, defies definition especially for a film lover. It can only be experienced, not explained. After the superbly crafted 'Dhuruvangal 16' by the 21-year-old Karthik Naren ...
  • Remembering guru Chembai - The Hindu

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    Remembering guru Chembai
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    HomageK.J. Yesudas, the disciple of Chembai is a regular at the Chembai Vaidhyanatha Bhagavatar music festival being held since 1972 and (below) Kumaresh and Jayanthi KumareshSpecial arrangement. G.S. Paul. March 17, 2017 00:00 IST. Updated: ...
  • On a celebratory note - The Hindu

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    On a celebratory note
    The Hindu
    Pt. S. Ballesh, a disciple of Ustad Bismillah Khan, shares his memory of the maestro on his 101st birth anniversary. He elevated the status of shehnai, played only during festivities and brought it to the concert platform. Ustad Bismillah Khan sought ...
  • 'My poems are my autobiography' - The Hindu

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    'My poems are my autobiography'
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    Prathibha Nandakumar is among the best Kannada poets. In her four decade journey, she has dabbled with various creative forms and has a huge body of fine poetry. It is nearly four decades since poet Prathibha Nandakumar wrote her poem, Naavu ...
  • Lifting the elephant's foot - The Hindu

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    Lifting the elephant's foot
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    Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar's lineage awes one totally – perhaps the Dagar family is the only one today in India that has written records of 12 successive generations of musicians, and an oral tradition of another eight generations, tracing their descent ...
  • Footsoldiers of Kannada - The Hindu

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    Footsoldiers of Kannada
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    Sahitya Bhandara in Hubballi has been working for the cause of Kannada for nine decades. They have published over 800 works so far. It was a train journey that gave Kannada its greatest humourist. A young insurance officer, who initially though that ...
  • Chennai, Mysore freights up on tight trucks position - Business Standard

    Chennai, Mysore freights up on tight trucks position
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    Freight rates for nine-tonne payload section for Mysore and Chennai were higher by Rs 1,000 at the local truck transport market in the national capital today supported by tight position of trucks against pick up in cargo movements. Transporters said ...and more »
  • Citizens' Kukkarahalli cry: Release fresh water, stop concrete work ... - NYOOOZ

    Citizens' Kukkarahalli cry: Release fresh water, stop concrete work ...
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    Summary: Leave Kukkarahalli alone," she said.A Bengalurean who has researched Kukkarahalli lake, MK Sapthagirish warned any development activity from ...and more »
  • Caught taking bribe, traffic cop swallows 4 currency notes - NYOOOZ

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    Caught taking bribe, traffic cop swallows 4 currency notes
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    Summary: The ASI allegedly told the auto driver to hand over the money to traffic constable Mallesh. MYSURU: A traffic cop who was caught while receiving money from an auto driver gulped down four currency notes of Rs 500 denomination to destroy ...and more »
  • Congress, BJP launch poll campaign after seeking seers' blessings - NYOOOZ

    Congress, BJP launch poll campaign after seeking seers' blessings
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    Summary: He took the party's prospective candidates Geetha Mahadeva Prasad and Kalale Keshavmurthy with him and sought his blessings and headed straight to Gundlupet and launched the poll campaign. His death necessitated the bypoll in which the ...and more »
  • You never get bored here - The Hindu

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    You never get bored here
    The Hindu
    It has been almost two years of studying at Sheffield Hallam University, but I still remember my first day as if it was yesterday! I can honestly say that I have enjoyed each and every day here. I started my journey as a public relations student in ...and more »
  • 'Truth is elusive' - The Hindu

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    'Truth is elusive'
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    Marcel Danesi, author of The History of Kiss: The Birth of Popular Culture, is professor of semiotics and linguistic anthropology at the University of Toronto. In this interview, he answers questions on the importance of critical thinking, significance ...
  • Shattering stereotypes - The Hindu

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    Shattering stereotypes
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    There are many stereotypes that are associated with girls' colleges. A majority students from girls' colleges complain of getting stuck with certain images, no matter how hard they try to break out of the mould. “People thinking in an orthodox manner ...
  • Shamed on campus - The Hindu

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    Shamed on campus
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    As I waited for Lakshmi in her dingy, green-walled apartment in the dusty lanes of Ambattur in Chennai, I couldn't help but notice how everything in the room pointed towards how unwelcoming it was to outsiders — from the lone, rickety old chair ...
  • How much rabbit food is too much? - The Hindu

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    How much rabbit food is too much?
    The Hindu
    “What are you doing here at this time of day? Isn't it hot? Don't you...” “What a silly question! You know that we've been having a really bad weather the past...” “We don't usually say 'a really bad weather'. The word 'weather' is not preceded by 'a ...
  • 'Hands-on system works better' - The Hindu

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    'Hands-on system works better'
    The Hindu
    She enjoys the rare luxury of getting the best of both worlds — music and architecture. A yellow-collar expert, singer and performer, Shakthisree Gopalan gets nostalgic about her school and college times and what education means to her. Read on. Did ...
  • A recipe for success - The Hindu

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    A recipe for success
    The Hindu
    Has looking at a picture of biriyani made you forget everything else for a second? Has passing a picture with a plate of a crisp Masala dosa on the outside and soft on the inside, made you drool in your mind even if you just had lunch? Has a photograph ...and more »
  • A panache for teaching - The Hindu

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    A panache for teaching
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    The National Education Policy 2016 discusses if academic leadership development is essential for the heads of private universities and colleges. It is essential for two reasons: First, the percentage of private players in the country is more than 90 ...
  • JCI Mysore Royal City, BJS hold seminar on GST - citytoday

    JCI Mysore Royal City, BJS hold seminar on GST
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    JCI Mysore Royal City and Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana (BJS), Mysuru chapter, jointly organised an awareness seminar on GST on Sunday at Town Hall Auditorium, here. About 400 owners from the general business community participated in the seminar.
  • 7 new animals arrive from Mysore zoo - Times of India

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    7 new animals arrive from Mysore zoo
    Times of India
    RAJKOT: Visitors at Rajkot Zoo will now see more animals and species as seven new animals have arrived from Mysore Zoo under the animal exchange programme. According to Rajkot Zoological Park officials, the Central Zoo Authority (CZA) had approved ...and more »
  • 7 new animals arrive from Mysore zoo | Rajkot News - Times of India - Times of India

    7 new animals arrive from Mysore zoo | Rajkot News - Times of India
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    Visitors at Rajkot Zoo will now see more animals and species as seven new animals have arrived from Mysore Zoo under the animal exchange programme.and more »
  • Experts translocate Tipu’s armoury - NYOOOZ

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    Experts translocate Tipu’s armoury
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    Summary: MYSURU: The railways on Friday scripted history by successfully translocating the 200-year-old Tipu armoury to a place 130 metres from where it was in Srirangapatna , which was once the headquarters of Mysuru ruler Tipu Sultan. The work ...and more »
  • Shenoy's modest plans - The Hindu

    Shenoy's modest plans
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    When Shenoy was asked about his future plans with Hasta Shilpa as he was the Founder and Secretary of the Trust his response was modest. like a Mahatma. “It belongs to the entire nation, surely not my personal property. The Heritage Village is not ...
  • Reviving faith in heritage structures - The Hindu

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    Reviving faith in heritage structures
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    Vijaynath Shenoy of Manipal was known for his restoration works at the eye-catchingHasta Shilpa Heritage Trust Village. By Muralidhara Khajane. Tears trickled down his cheeks whenever he heard of an old heritage building being razed to pave way for ...
  • Restoring dreams, structures and artefacts - The Hindu

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    Restoring dreams, structures and artefacts
    The Hindu
    Shenoy examined perished ruins and restored them like an experienced doctor. Stories of the 'Heritage Village' at Manipal by H.R. Sujatha. The large houses that turned into yesteryear memories of joint families and the division of responsibilities.
  • Payment of common charges - The Hindu

    Payment of common charges
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    As part of a joint development, my builder developed 8 flats — five for the land owner's family and three for himself that he sold to outsiders. There is no Apartment Association as the three buyers were not interested and have given it in writing ...
  • Many choices - The Hindu

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    Many choices
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    It is always best to insulate the roof from above as it does not let the concrete slab get heated. Some roofs cannot be remedied for heat from above. For example, a tiled sloped roof. For such roofs, a false ceiling with an insulating material like ...
  • Keeping your house cool - The Hindu

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    Keeping your house cool
    The Hindu
    You can adopt many ways to avoid heat transfer from the roof to your living spaces. By Anand Prakash. The flat roofs of buildings are exposed, for the maximum duration of the day, to the scorching heat of the summer sun. It is but natural that the roof ...
  • Fusion of Orissa & Dravidian schools - The Hindu

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    Fusion of Orissa & Dravidian schools
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    Simhachalam temple near Visakhapatnam underwent renovation under various rulers and houses a plethora of sculptural motifs and intricate ornamentation on its pillars. By Chitra Ramaswamy. The view from the top is breathtaking. The Varaha Lakshmi ...
  • A steal for young buyers - The Hindu

    A steal for young buyers
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    The Prime Minister, it appears, wants to ensure every earning individual has a home of her/his own. A subsidy scheme has reportedly been finalised under the Prime Minister Awas Yojana to offer an interest rate subsidy ranging from 6.5% for individuals ...
  • S Radhakrishnan’s grandson walks down memory lane - NYOOOZ

    S Radhakrishnan’s grandson walks down memory lane
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    Summary: MYSURU: The grandson of philosopher, statesman and the second President of India, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan , visited Mysuru on Wednesday.Keshav Desiraju, former secretary, ministry of health and family welfare, spent nearly an hour at the ...and more »
  • S Radhakrishnan's grandson walks down memory lane | Mysore ... - NYOOOZ

    S Radhakrishnan's grandson walks down memory lane | Mysore ...
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    MYSURU: The grandson of philosopher, statesman and the second President of India, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan , visited Mysuru on Wednesday.Keshav ...and more »
  • The unapologetic superstar - The Hindu

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    The unapologetic superstar
    The Hindu
    Darshan has never been secretive about who he likes or dislikes in the industry. The tried and tested seems to be his forte and his fans seem to like that. If there ever is an enigma in the Kannada film industry, it is Darshan. He may be the son of one ...
  • Talk the walk - The Hindu

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    Talk the walk
    The Hindu
    Walking tours are an interesting way to gain an entry into the many histories of a city. Especially for Bangalore, questions such as-- How did Bangalore come into existence? What happened at the place that is called Bangalore fort? Is Lalbagh just a ...
  • MLA promises to resolve land row in three months - NYOOOZ

    MLA promises to resolve land row in three months
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    Summary: 4 land issue at NR Mohalla.Former BJP city chief BP Manjunath, former dy mayors Vanitha Prasanna and Mahadevamma were present. MYSURU: Residents of Siddarthanagar, KC Layout, JC Layout, Income Tax Layout, part of Kurubarahalli ...
  • 2 Mysuru techies held for stabbing rowdy | Mysore NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ

    2 Mysuru techies held for stabbing rowdy | Mysore NYOOOZ
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    MYSURU: Two IT professionals were arrested by Mysuru police for stabbing a history-sheeter at the Outer Ring Road Junction in Bogadi. After the arrest, the ...and more »