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August 2013             Issue #30

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This newsletter brings you updates from the portal Our mission is to spread neighbourhood awareness to ECitizens and regional information to netizens.
-Team ECity Bangalore.

Gurukula Academy offers affordable, yet quality education to all age groups of students from Day care to PU College, through specially designed Montessori system for younger children and modern teaching with logical learning methods as they grow. The Academy also runs an NIOS Coaching Center and conducts other Vocational Courses. NIOS - National Institute of Open Schooling, a project started by CBSE, was established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development ( MHRD) to provide certfied & recognized pre-degree education at Secondary and Senior Secondary levels, besides Vocational, Life Enrichment and community oriented courses for skill development. Gurukula Academy, located in Neeladri Nagar, Electronic City, has an organized transport system providing connectivity to other parts of Bangalore. Read more about Gurukula Academy...


PG Diploma in Management PGDM-WP: Executive MBA and PGDM full time in IFIM B-School
PG Diploma in Hospital Management - PGDHM at IHMR Bangalore.
UG College - BBM, BCA, B.Com., BA Journalism at IFIM College
PU Colleges -   Treamis Junior College   Gurukula Academy
State Board Schools -   Tadmore Academy,   Gurukula Academy
CBSE Schools -   Treamis World School,   Achiever's Academy
ICSE Schools - Ebenezer,   Redbridge,   Brookfield,   Tadmore
IB/IGCSE Schools - Ebenezer International,   Candor International,   Redbridge International
NIOS Coaching Center -   Gurukula Academy
Day Cares & Prep Schools - KLAY Kids Learning And You,   YKROK Your Kids 'R' Our Kids


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This year Ganesh Chaturthi falls on the 9th of September. ECity Digest appeals ECitizens and RWAs to go for GREEN GANESHA to minimize pollution during Ganesh Visarjan by adopting Safe and Symbolic immersion. Read more about ECO GANESHA ...
Ganpati Bappa Morya !

Press News for Ecity

In reverse chronological order
Rohan Murty likely to be Infosys vice-president  after approval by MCA
Congress wins both Bangalore Rural, Mandya seats  MLA DK Suresh defeats Anitha Kumaraswamy
Votes for highest bidder!  at Boothanahalli near Bannerghatta
Lok Sabha bypolls: 52% vote in Bangalore Rural  Anekal and Bangalore South are in Bangalore Rural
BMTC withdraws services, leaves thousands stranded  on Independence Day
Corporator accused of razing house  at Somasandra Palya in Bommasandra
Byelection in Anekal? If you say so  Lok Sabha seat was vacated by HDK
MLA's daughter found dead under mysterious circumstances  D/O Bommanahalli MLA Satish Reddy ( BJP)
BMTC bus crushes to death a pedestrian  in Singasandra on Hosur Rd
ATM thieves at it again  Union Bank in Begur
Infosys slapped with hiring lawsuit  American techie alleges that Infosys favours South Asians
Cops puncture parked vehicles in gated layout  In Singasandra
BESCOM delivers Less power  Frequent tripping of Somanahalli 220 KV station affects Electronic City
Drag racing menace still on full throttle  in NICE Road, Hosur Road and Elevated Expressway
Why N.Hrudayalaya wants Metro, while Jayadeva doesn't  to wheel patients from metro tube to ICU !
Three boys rescued from lake   Fire Dept. rescued them from Begur Lake
Man goes to SHRC over police atrocity  accuses Attibele police of grabbing his property documents
Bar Krishnappa attacks jail staff  claimed chest pain to escape spot identification parade
16 wards get peanuts in budget  Singasandra, Begur, Gottigere amongst the affected wards

Know your Bengaluru

Lal Bagh hosted its traditional I-Day Flower Show from 7th to 15th August 2013. Organised by the Department of Horticulture and Mysore Horticultural Society, the 198th show was inaugurated by honourable Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. Main attraction this season in the Glass House was the 35 ft long Floral Boat House with more than 2 lakh roses of different colours. And then there were these 2 Mega Hand replicas, one holding germinating seeds and the other fruits, to symbolize growth and productivity. Since they hardly looked like hands, it was entertaining to see visitors making wild guesses as to what they could be: perhaps a penguin or a cobra? Ikebana, Indian floral art, vegetable carving and bonsai were exhibited. The collection of roses, orchids and other blooms were a visual treat. Apart from the usual stalls selling gardening tools, jute and wooden products, manure, fertilizers, seeds etc. a large collection of bottled grape wine prepared by the Karnataka Wine Board was on display.
See Pictures of the Lal Bagh Flower show ...


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