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SORRY painted on private college's premises in Bengaluru. Cops start probe

The word 'Sorry' was painted over 100 times and two places had 'Sorry Ma, Sorry Pa'. The visuals are not that clear, claims a college staffer

Published on 25th May 2022

Karnataka: Will Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of empowering rural youth remain unfulfilled? 

Dr R Balasubramaniam, Chairman, Karnataka Youth Policy Committee, said this is because there were no measures taken to initiate economic drives outside Bengaluru

Published on 23rd May 2022

Karnataka's Higher Edu Minister Dr Ashwathnarayan takes NEP to Commonwealth Education Conference

Meanwhile, the minister also invited the representatives to attend the Bengaluru Tech Summit-2022 scheduled to be held in November

Published on 21st May 2022

Vedantu joins list of start-ups in India laying off employees. Has the EdTech boom fizzled out?

The Bengaluru-based unicorn has laid off a total of 600 contractual and non-contractual employees in May so far, with the recent announcement of letting go of 7% of its workforce

Published on 20th May 2022

Ancient Science, intro to vedas: A look at Engg and Science textbook to be released by Union Minister Pradhan on Monday 

IIM Bangalore developed the IKS curriculum and prepared the textbook in association with SVYASA Yoga Institute, Bengaluru, and Chinmaya Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Ernakulam

Published on 14th May 2022

Bengaluru City University signed an MoU with Spanish gov't. What does it entail?

Surabhi Sharma, Bengaluru’s Honorary Consul General of Spain, shared that Bengaluru houses several Spanish-origin companies that have a demand for Spanish-speaking interns

Published on 7th May 2022

Water to your 'bore'step: These Computer Engg students from Bengaluru are revolutionising the quest for underground water

Lok Trusha is a project that serves to map water aquifers that can aid farmers scientifically. It was started by four students from the CMR Institute of Technology in Bengaluru

Published on 29th April 2022

Another religious affair in school hits Karnataka, Hindu outfits to meet BC Nagesh soon

Clarence High School in Bengaluru has faced the ire of parents and Hindu outfits for making Bible classes a must for admission into the school

Published on 25th April 2022

Karnataka PU exams: First day kicked off with 95.24 per cent students appearing for the examination

For Business Studies, the highest registrations (36,026) were from Bengaluru South and also the highest attendance (34,750) for the paper

Published on 23rd April 2022

Karnataka police calls bomb threat to Bengaluru schools "act of cyberterrorism", investigation expedited

The incident of April 8 when several private schools in Bengaluru had received bomb threat emails has been now named as an act of cyber terrorism by the Karnataka police

Published on 15th April 2022

Bengaluru bomb threat in schools could be a prank by student unprepared for SSLC exam, says Edu Min BC Nagesh

When St Vincent Palloti School in Babusahibpalya received the mail at 10 am, teachers were holding classes for students from Classes VI to IX, according to school authorities

Published on 9th April 2022

From content of hoax email to CM Basavaraj Bommai's reaction: All you need to know about the bomb scare at Bengaluru schools 

From around 10.30 am till the evening, this hoax threat email was sent to schools, which, in turn, sent the police into a tizzy. This is what the police sources say

Published on 9th April 2022

Karnataka to get its first child-friendly space in railway stations at KSR Bengaluru

At present, children rescued at railway stations are taken to the station master's room or any spare room available as they cannot be taken to a police station

Published on 8th April 2022

Who is former Meghalaya Chief Minister PA Sangma, after whom, NLSIU has named a fellowship  

PA Sangma's son, Conrad Kongkal Sangma, is the current Chief Minister of  Meghalaya while his other son, James Pangsang Kongkal Sangma holds many portfolios in the Government of Meghalaya

Published on 5th April 2022

Natural farming to be taken up by Karnataka's four agricultural varsities on 1,000 acre of land each

Starting this pre-monsoon, the government will take up the study on chemical-free farming in association with the four agriculture universities situated in Bengaluru, Dharwad, Raichur and Shivamogga

Published on 4th April 2022

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