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Sitharaman raps Coffee Board for poor performance

The Board cannot be "doing nothing" when the Indian coffee sector is still plagued with issues related to quality of coffee, white borer pest menace, not able to expand export market and coffee culture among others, she said. "I am thoroughly unhappy ...

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Lucky Ali: I like seeing local talent perform at music festivals; that's a big ...

Bangalore: Bollywood singer, composer and notable figure in the Indian music industry Lucky Ali feels satisfied with the encouragement of local talents in music festivals and says it helps in the growth of the industry. "What I am seeing in the ...

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Why and how has multicultural India become racist?

For a country as diversely populated as India — where a multitude of communities following different cultures inhabit greatly varied geographies, where the nuance of 'unity in diversity' is oft quoted and rhetorically celebrated — such blatant racial ...

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Ranga Shankara: Home away from home

Many things had come together to make it possible: the arrival of the late BV Karanth in Bangalore; the emergence of the late P Lankesh as a poet, playwright, critic and interpreter of culture; the imposing presence of a young and charismatic Girish ...

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India win four silver on opening day of Asian Para Games

India · World · Mumbai · Delhi · Bangalore · Pune · Ahmedabad · sport · money · sci/tech · photos · entertainment · reviews · Films · Books · Features · Travel · Women · Education · Careers · Vanity Fare · Happiness · Games. Websites. India.com ...

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Pankaj Advani aims for another world title

BANGALORE: Having played very little of the sport since his last World billiards conquest in 2012, ace Indian cueist Pankaj Advani would be looking to make up for lost time when the World Billiards Championship gets underway at Leeds, UK on Monday.

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'India is committed to a culture of innovation'

The University of British Columbia (UBC) is connecting to more students and faculty from across the world, with the conscious focus on research collaborations. TOI catches up with its new president and vice-chancellor Prof Arvind Gupta in an exclusive ...

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Music festivals are encouraging local talent: Lucky Ali

He says this "big exchange of culture in India" is good. Best known for his chartbusters "O sanam", "Anjaani raahon mein" and "Na tum jaano na hum", the musician made Bangalore's crowd sway to the soulful energy of his music when he performed live for ...

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Urban Ladder under ED scanner over FDI

The Enforcement Directorate is looking into the books of Bangalore-based Urban Ladder, a curated online marketplace for furniture, to ascertain if the e-tailer's business model was in line with the country's foreign direct investment (FDI) rules ...

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Wider roads equal more traffic: It's a lesson learnt from London

CBDs are the best places to encourage pedestrian movement and public transport as has been done across the world. London reduced road width to encourage ... Bangalore is a mega city and needs to use the best global practices and expert advice in ...

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Election results will change state's political course

The election result will provide moral support to the Central government to work hard for inclusive growth. This will also help strengthen the BJP in Karnataka as the state government has failed to redress the problems of common man,” he said. He said ...

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Mission Mumbai, and other moments of truth for the new government

Narendra Modi's decision to go it alone in Maharashtra has borne fruit. Power makes for unlikely partners. So, whether it is with the outside support of NCP, or an alliance with the Shiv Sena, the BJP will form the next government in Maharashtra. This ...

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Stable iron ore prices to aid sustain Q2 nos: Kalyani Steel

A revenue growth of 27 percent, your profits have jumped up 90 percent on year-on-year (Y-O-Y). Is the performance that we have seen in Q2 sustainable? A: I am sure it will be sustainable but it is subject to the situation and pricing of coking coal ...

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UltraTech: On a strong wicket

During the quarter UltraTech commissioned a 1.4 MT cement mill in Karnataka and a 25MW thermal power plant in Andhra Pradesh. With this the company's total cement capacity in India stands at 60.2 MT and power capacity 733 MW meeting 80% of its ...

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Car owners fume over flighty chauffeurs

The churn in the personal driver segment is the direct fallout of the cab war in Bangalore, in which competing taxi operators are luring drivers to sign up in a franchise model ("car-trepreneurs" anyone?) after painting an exciting picture of earning ...

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Dementia researcher changes lives on the ground

Ramani is a researcher with Nightingales Medical Trust, Bangalore and heads its Kolar Teledementia Care Centre. After completing her Master's ... There's a lot of research worldwide but dementia / Alzheimer's is still incurable. Here, I saw how ...

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Tirath, Shyamli triumph in Bengaluru marathon

BANGALORE: Thousands of runners from the city and many hundreds from other cities made the most of a cool Sunday morning in the Garden City as they pushed themselves to be competitive in various distances in the inaugural Bengaluru marathon.

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Beyond the realm of online gaming

Offline meet-ups of gamers across India are catching up in a big way, especially after the registered users of Hitwicket, an online T20 cricket strategy game, decided to do so. There are several popular online games, but the experience of physically ...

Bangalore Mirror

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Let there be fish

When the rates of seer fish (Anjal in popular parlance) dived to Rs 350 per kg it was not just seafood lovers who were surprised. Even the dealers and retailers in Bangalore had never expected it to drop so low. In the last few years, the rate of this ...

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Metro looks to resuscitate the dying art of storytelling

BMRCL has tied up with Bangalore Storytelling Society and Workbench Projects to make your weekends more interesting. And R-MAC ... Talking about Workbench Projects, Rao says, "We have joined hands with this team to initiate the do-it-yourself culture.

Bangalore Mirror

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