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The fifth metro: Aloof in Bangalore
Indian Express

The fifth metro: Aloof in Bangalore

Observers are guessing that this election day, too, Bangalore's elite voters took advantage of the four-day weekend and escaped the city's heat and sat in nearby holiday destinations to gripe about how nothing would change in India. CR Sasikumar ... Indian Express, 15 hours ago
A brush with Bangalore's past at expo Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago

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 Explocity6 days ago Delhi Metro completes 21-metre high cross-over viaduct  NewKerala.com23 hours ago Spark in Delhi Metro coach causes panic, no fire reported  NewKerala.com1 week ago Delhi Metro to begin 4 a.m. on election day  NewKerala.com1 week ago

SBI Bangalore Circle home loan sanctions up 20% in FY14

Bangalore Metro, in particular, has contributed Rs 10,865 crore BS Reporter (Mahesh) | Bangalore April 15, 2014 Last Updated at 18:36 IST The Bangalore Circle of State Bank of India (SBI), has crossed Rs 14,800 crore in home loans for 2013-14, ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago Bangalore No. 1 market in India for luxury homes  Times of India18 hours ago

Should Bangalore Metro be worried about Kejriwal's visit to the city?

Bangalore, Mar 13: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal is in the news again and for all the wrong reasons. Kejriwal, who has been campaigning extensively for his party across the country has been in the news recently not for his unconventional ...
 One India1 month ago 54 percent - the shame of Bangalore, by Captain Gopinath  NDTV2 days ago Blog: 54 percent - the shame of Bangalore  NDTV3 days ago
Business Standard India

STATE BANK OF INDIA : To review branch policy in metros

The State Bank of India ( SBI) Group has decided to review its branch policy in the four metro cities of Bangalore , Delhi , Mumbai and Chennai for opening or relocating branches and opening ATMs. SBI intends to reduce the time for ...
 4 Traders2 days ago SBI group to reassess biz potential in four metros  Hindu Business Line5 days ago State Bank of India to review branch policy in metros  Business Standard India5 days ago STATE BANK OF INDIA : Sbi to reassess branch expansion policy in metros  4 Traders2 days ago
Bangalore Mirror

Namma Metro launch disrupts traffic

Traffic in Bangalore was disrupted for some time as a crowd, including dignitaries and their supporters, thronged Sree Kanteerava Stadium and Chord Road on what was supposed to be an important day for Namma Metro on Friday. The foundation stone for phase II ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Delhi Metro shuts 3 stations over religious protest  NewKerala.com1 week ago Delhi Metro shuts three stations  NewKerala.com1 week ago Protest disrupts Delhi traffic, two Metro stations shut  NewKerala.com2 weeks ago

Metro chief flooded with queries, suggestions

Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL)Managing Director P S Kharola on Thursday had to face a volley of questions on Namma Metro from the public during an interaction on 'Smart City Travel' organised by Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD). While ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Lok Sabha elections affect Namma Metro work  The Hindu1 week ago Metro Phase-I completion by 2015: Kharola  Times of India3 weeks ago Submit number of registered labourers: HC tells BMRCL  The Hindu3 weeks ago
Machinery Market

Second phase of Bangalore metro rail project

Tweet The civil-engineering group Mott MacDonald is providing detailed engineering and architectural services for the second phase of the Bangalore metro rail project in India. The London-based consultancy is providing the detailed design of the ...
 Machinery Market2 weeks ago 2nd phase of Bangalore metro rail project  Machinery Market2 weeks ago BMRC mulls driver-less trains on Phase-II  Times of India3 weeks ago Mott MacDonald lands Bangalore Metro design work  Construction Index3 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Malleshwaram-Peenya metro phase ready for public use from March 1

Bangalore, Feb 28: Here's some good news for Bangaloreans. Namma Metro is opening its Reach 3 and 3a services from Malleshwaram to Peenya for public use from March 1st, 2014. Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy along with Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation ...
 One India1 month ago Metro Green Line flatters to deceive  Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago Life with a metro  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago 25,000 ride Green line Metro on 1st working day  Deccan Herald1 month ago
Asia Net India

BMTC recruitment results 2014

India Today Online New Delhi,March 30, 2014| UPDATED13:37 IST Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has announced the results for the recruitment of eligible candidates to the post of Technical Assistant, Assistant Traffic ...
 India Today3 weeks ago Dual purpose transit cards for Metro rides  Deccan Herald1 month ago Federal Bank rolls out transit card  Business Line1 month ago Federal Bank launches Namma Metro Transit cum Debit Card  The Hindu1 month ago
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