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ATMs dry up on holiday, frustrate customers

Saturday, a public holiday, resulted in ATMs in the city running dry due to more people making withdrawals.

In Indiranagar, the machines which still have the money to dispense saw long queues outsid

Caroline hits form; Aditi slips


Last year's champion Caroline Hedwall once again sent a clear message of returning to form to her fellow golfers in the Ladies European Tour. Bengaluru girl Aditi Ashok stumbled on Saturday after her

Laid waste by BBMP

That the BBMP has made a mess of garbage disposal is becoming clearer by the day as the city continues to suffer the stench of uncleared waste in many areas. The problem is worse in some localities th

Kiran plans big event for Sonia Gandhi

Buoyed by the tremendous response from all quarters on the SC, ST Sub-Plan Bill, Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy plans to organise a mammoth public meeting to convert his government’s achievement

Rahul’s men start work in Andhra Pradesh

Yet another team of Rahul Gandhi’s emissaries, entrusted with the responsibility of gathering information on possible Congress candidates for the Lok Sabha constituencies in Andhra Pradesh, held detai

BJP: Our friend HDK

With the exit of former chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa from the BJP, the Janata Dal (S) is said to be open to doing business with the saffron party.

The BJP, faced with the threat of Lingayat stron

Six Madras IITians bag $150K offer


Saturday was a day of joy for the faculty and students of IIT Madras as six final-year B.Tech (computer science) students - Aparna Krishnan, Pradeep Kumar, Madhavi Y, Sujith Gokul, Saheel Ram and Niti

21 yrs on, woman yet to get realty papers

Zaibunnisa Begum, 74, has been running from pillar to post around the municipal offices in the city for the past 21 years to obtain an “allotment letter” from the estates wing of the civic body.


Thrissur wins 18th CBSE youth festival

Thrissur district came on top and won the gold cup at the 18th CBSE Youth Fest held at the Sarabhai Scie-nce Park, Kakkanad, here, while the Rani Public Sch-ool, Vadakara, lifted the Overall Champions

CBSE announces NEET, students of AP in trouble

The woes of the MBBS, BDS aspirants from AP just don’t seem to end, what with the confusion of the past few weeks.

Now, the Central Board of Secondary Education on (CBSE) on Saturday, issued admissi

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.