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.
TechnoPro to hire 10,000 people by 2022-23
The announcement followed the launch of its global delivery centre in Bengaluru early this week. T...
One-size-fits-all policy won’t work for job creation in Bengaluru
Panellists ask policymakers to take a leaf out of China’s success story and...
In a first, Bengaluru firm makes sniper rifles
SSS Defence hopes to put the two weapons on trial with special forces soon even as it eyes the export market.
Hero Cycles partners Yamaha Motor to launch e-Cycle in Bengaluru
The premium product is the first outcome of the three-way strategic partnership initiated last year between Hero Cycles Ltd, Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. and Mitsui & Co., Ltd, the press statement said.
Pepperfry launches built-to-suit home and furniture warehouse in Bangalore
The launch is in line with Pepperfry’s aim to strengthen its services in South India, which contributes to 40% of the marketplace’s overall business.
IITs dominate in QS India University rankings, IIT Bombay leads the pack
The other institutes in the top 10 include IIT Delhi (3rd), IIT Madras (4th), IIT Kharagpur (5th), IIT Kanpur (6th), University of Delhi (7th), University of Hyderabad (8th), IIT Roorkee (9th) and IIT Guwahati (10th).
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 ...
Vreedhi Financial Services receives an NBFC licence
Vreedhi Financial Services have received an NBFC licence. While starting with a strong physical leg in the distribution business, the company will create a digital lending model by the next financial year.
PE funds pump $3.8 billion into Indian real estate
Foreign private equity funds continued to dominate the real estate investment scene.
Govt signs contract with IIM Bangalore to launch MahatmaGandhi national fellowship programme
The two-year Fellowship programme will be delivered by IIMB’s Centre of Public Policy (CPP), which is an independent public interest-oriented policy think-tank.
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 complained to the board of Infosys and the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) alleging that the company is taking ‘unethical’ steps to boost short-term revenue and profits.
Going electric proving tough for Bengaluru autos
Move to introduce electric autorickshaws in city has met with delays, despite political backing
Spate of project reviews in Karnataka brews anger within the Bengaluru city corporation
The latest in the series of probes ordered by the CM is into the city’s solid waste management spending.
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