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Bangalore Schools to Re-open, No Holiday on Thursday

As Wednesday turned out to be normal with any violence reported, re-opened offices functioning as usual, private schools have finally decided to re-open schools on Thursday and parents may prepare to send their wards in the morning. The BMTC and KSRTC buses are seen plying on Bangalore roads bringing the look of normalcy back to busy Bangalore. However, Wednesday saw ...

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Bangalore Schools, Colleges to be Closed Tomorrow, Wednesday; Offices May Open

Following Bakrid holiday on Tuesday and the State government of Karnataka declaring that it would obey the Supreme Court order and also deal with an iron hand to stop riots and vandalism on the streets, offices may open tomorrow while many schools and colleges in Bangalore decided to close for Wednesday too. BMTC and KSRTC buses may begin plying tomorrow. ...

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Medical Shops to be Shut for A Day, Protesting Online Sales

All chemists and druggist across India will go on one-day strike on October 14 to protest against the sale of medicines online, which they allege is taking away chunk of their business. “Around eight lakh chemists across India, 40,000 in Tamil Nadu will participate in the strike supporting the protest,” Tamil Nadu Chemists and Druggists Association Secretary N Anandhan said. ...

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Controversies Galore: It all started with the name ‘Bahubali’ itself

The controversies revolved around the very name of the movie title ‘Bahubali,’ when Jain Temple ‘Bhatta Kalakar Soudha Swamiji Matt’ in Karnataka had sent a legal notice to the producer of the movie saying the title is misleading since the title refers to Mahaveer Jain, founder of Jain religion. Soon, the movie producer faced plagiarism notice over an idea of the ‘Making ...

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Nationwide Transportation Strike Partially Successful (Photos)

Millions of commuters across India were left stranded on Thursday as buses and taxis did not ply to protest a proposed law that makes punishment for traffic violations much more stringent but in metros like Chennai and Bangalore, it was partially successful. Passengers had to wait endlessly at railway stations in various cities as public transport went off the road. ...

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