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Samsung installs solar charging points in Bengaluru

Electronics major Samsung has installed solar-power operated free mobile charging facilities in the city.

First orbit raising operation of GSAT-6 completes successfully

ISRO GSAT-6 (File Photo)

GSAT-6 is the 25th geostationary communication satellite of India built by ISRO

Lowe’s starts corporate accelerator in Bengaluru


Adding on to the tech city’s startup ecosystem, Lowe’s, a North American retail chain in home improvement announced its plan to start a first ever global accelerator in the city by December.

After nuclear deal, Iran bigger threat than ISIS: Daniel Carmon

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Israel’s ambassador Daniel Carmon (Centre), acting Consul General of Israel, Dov Segev-Steinberg and Deputy Chief of Mission Ziv Shalvi during the inauguration of the new office of the Consulate General of Israel in Bengaluru on Thursday (Photo: R. Samuel)

Automation changing hiring pattern for software industry


Swati Khanna, a software engineer, remembers standing in a queue with 1,200 other applicants to submit her mark sheets before she could appear for Accenture’s placement test.

HN Girisha spanner puts Sania’s Ratna on hold

H.N. Girisha

In what will come as huge disappointment, Sania Mirza’s coronation with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award has been put on hold after the Karnataka high court admitted paralympian H.N.

ISRO to launch GSAT-6 at 4.22 pm


The mission life of the satellite is for nine years

Small retailers find a way back into business

Neighbourhood commerce has helped small vendors compete with larger supermarkets.

Forty-two-year-old Sundar, owner of a local departmental store in HSR Layout is loading a bag of groceries, striking out items on a list.

BJP triumphs in Bengaluru civic elections

Karnataka BJP President Prahlad Joshi celebrates the party's victory in BBMP elections in Bengaluru. (Photo: PTI)

In a surprise of sorts, the BJP cruised smoothly to a majority by bagging 100 out of 198 wards in the all-important civic body elections in Bengaluru on Tuesday.

A great Zen master, in charge of the monastery of Mayu Kagi, owned a cat, who was the real love of his life.

To understand the Patidar, or Patel, stir in Gujarat, let us look at the background.