Bangalore set to celebrate Republic Day in style

The city is in for a treat with many performances by music and theatre groups. Bangalore, January 24, 2018: Various artists and music schools in the city are celebrating Republic Day by paying tribute to India’s rich cultural heritage. The Veena Vani school of music has decided to set a world record on the January […]

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Don’t club theatre with cinemas on GST says founder of Jagriti Theatre

People in the performing arts sector say they are suffering losses. Swarnali Chakraborty Bangalore, January 18, 2018: English theatre groups are asking the government to remove performing arts from the entertainment tax because it is not fair to include commercial movies and theatre in the same tax slab. Theatre does not get the kind of […]

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Citizens plan to talk with CM over KPME bill

Bangalore, November 24 2017: Residents of Bangalore are disappointed  as  the government has given into the demands of the private hospitals. Dr. Silvia, who has actively opposed   the demands of the private hospitals, said in a recently held press conference that the protest is not “anti-doctor but it is pro-patient”. She added, that they wanted […]

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Online shopping sites fall victim to GST driven panic

Bangalore, November 21, 2017:Siddapur taluk in the district of Uttara Kannada, is among the laggards in providing access to water, especially safe drinking water. According to the Human Development Report of Uttara Kannada district, the government of India (Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation) has fixed a norm of 40 liters of water per capita per day […]

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