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Shankaracharya's Kritis Arrive on Classical Stage

BANGALORE: Shankaracharya's compositions are sung like devotional chants, rather than classical compositions with alapana and swara improvisations. Well-known Karnatak vocalist R K Padmanabha is now seeking to change that. This Sunday, he is ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago

City records 19.8 mm rainfall

Heavy rains lashed City on Monday evening. In a span of two hours the City received 19.8 mm rainfall. The heavy downpour led to traffic jams, disruption in power supply and waterlogging in several areas. IMD has forecast heavy rainfall in the next few days.
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Fearing she won't get govt MBBS seat, girl ends life

Fearing that she might not get a government seat for MBBS course, an 18-year-old girl allegedly committed suicide by jumping in front of a speeding train at Malleswaram overbridge on Tuesday. Incidentally, she had fared well in her second year PU examinations ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Dreams dashed, girl jumps under speeding train  Times of India1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

Want exam hall tickets? Hand over a salary cut, college tells students

'Shell out 1 per cent of CTC', reputed engineering college springs a surprise just before final semester exams It's clearly a Hobson's choice for the students as no admission ticket means no exams and ultimately no job. CTC (cost-to-company ...
 Bangalore Mirror2 months ago

Rain uproots trees, holds up traffic

BANGALORE: Citizens returning home from work were stuck in crawling traffic as rain lashed most parts of the city on Tuesday evening. Many trees became a casualty of the wind and heavy showers followed. The sky remained overcast in the afternoon.
 Times of India2 months ago

Engineering student succumbs to injuries

BANGALORE: A 19-year-old engineering student succumbed to head injuries on Friday after she accidentally fell from the bike on which she was riding pillion. The accident happened at Tyagarajanagar 14th Cross on Thursday afternoon, Banashankari ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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