Stiff fines drive third-party motor insurance business
Insurers said that the stricter enforcement of penalties by the police has led to this massive surge in customers buying mandatory third-party motor insurance. Under the new provisions, driving an uninsured vehicle will lead to a fine of Rs 2,000.
Whistleblower accuses Infosys of ‘unethical’ practices to boost numbers
An anonymous group calling itself “ethical employees” has sent letter...
Cosmo settings, exotic beaches & more: Bengaluru is becoming a popular hub for destination weddings
Bengaluru’s five-star hotels also provide...
Bengaluru to be backbone for Gripen offering to IAF: Saab
Swedish defence major Saab responded to the initial tender by the IAF for its Multi Role Fighter Aircraft in July 2018 with its Gripen E MRFA. Saab's Ola Rignell said on Thursday that Bengaluru will be the "backbone" for the Gripen aircraft.
Terror sleeper cells active in Bengaluru, Mysuru: Karnataka Home Minister
Basavaraj Bommai said the National Investigation Agency suspects movement of terrorists belonging to the Jamat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) in coastal Karnataka and a few interior parts of Karnataka.
Raids in premises of southern spiritual guru leads to big haul of Rs 500 cr plus undisclosed income
Searches conducted by the Income Tax department in multiple premises spread across Southern States in firms and trusts founded by spiritual guru 'Kalki' Bhagwan has led to detection of undisclosed income of more than Rs 500 crore.
South cities housing absorption slumps, Pune and MMR race ahead
As the residential slowdown hits, usually resilient southern markets show signs of slowing down, while the Mumbai and Pune regions have jumped ahead by 33 percent.
Water crisis: CBSE makes mandatory for schools to become water efficient in next 3 years
After a recent report by NITI Aayog which shows Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad running out of groundwater by next year, the Central Board of Secondary Education has instructed schools to adopt a policy of water management.
Ikea plans to expand in tier-II cities in second phase
Bretzel also noted that the company has also ensured that 50 per cent of the workforce in Ikea India will be women.
The ‘i’ in iPhone may soon stand for India
India may become one of Apple’s key global production hubs as part of China derisking plan.
China wants tariffs cut to enable $50 billion imports from U.S.- Bloomberg
China would make the purchases only if U.S. President Donald Trump rolls back levies put in place since the trade war began, Bloomberg said.
JMB trying to spread tentacles across India: NIA
Speaking at the NIA’s National Conference of Chiefs of Anti-Terrorism Squad / Special Task Force, Alok Mittal, Inspector-General, NIA, said ...
HAL workers begin indefinite strike
All India HAL Trade Unions Coordination Committee (AIHALTUCC) had on Sunday announced the indefinite strike after talks with the management ended in failure.
Rera registration seems to be a rarity for city developers
The real estate regulator has put out a list of such projects on its website — this list includes two housing projects by the Bengaluru Development Authority (BDA) too.
Karnataka: I-T raids ex-Dy CM Parameshwara, Rs 4.52cr cash recovered
Income tax sleuths continued to raids locations linked to Congress leader and former Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara on Friday. The IT ...
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