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Foundation stone laid at BU for Kempegowda Study Centre

Kempegowda had a clear vision of building the city with lakes, towers, adequate infrastructure including markets and temples. But the city has lost its old charm due to rapid urbanisation and resulting pressure on the infrastructure, said Bengaluru ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Indian, Chinese IT companies discuss avenues in artificial intelligence

Dalian (China): Several Indian and Chinese IT companies on Wednesday got together in China's port city of Dalian for cooperation in the field of artificial intelligence. On the first India-China Dalian IoT (Internet of Things) Conference, the government ...
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Bloomberg charity scrutinised by India for anti-tobacco funding, lobbying

NEW DELHI: India has been investigating how Bloomberg Philanthropies, founded by billionaire Michael Bloomberg, funds local non-profit groups for anti-tobacco lobbying, government documents show, making it the latest foreign non-government organisation to ...
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Over 800 people participate in Gandhi March to mark International Day of Non-Violence in Netherlands

[Netherlands], Oct.2 (ANI): Over 800 people of different ages, nationalities and walks of life participated in a 'Gandhi March' held in The Hague, the seat of Government of the Netherlands on October 1, Sunday as part of a 'Follow the Mahatma' campaign ...
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Mexican F1 race to go ahead

Mexican F1 track undamaged by quake IMAGE: Mexico Grand Prix. Photograph: Twitter Mexican Grand Prix organisers say next month's Formula One race in Mexico City will go ahead as planned despite the capital being hit by its deadliest earthquake in three decades. Marketing head Rodrigo Sanchez told reporters that the Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in the southeast of the city was not damaged. "It's been inspected twice already from the track surface and also the buildings, and it's OK," said ...
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