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ECity Bangalore -

January 2014             Issue #35

Dear Reader,
This newsletter brings you updates from the portal Our mission is to spread neighbourhood awareness to ECitizens and regional information to netizens.
Wishing all a Happy and Prosperous 2014 !
-Team ECity Bangalore.

ecity schoolTreamis World School is a K - 12, International Day and Boarding School, that aims at developing global citizens. Treamis offers an integrated curriculum that covers Indian, American and European syllabi for a seamless transition of the learning process to and from schools / universities wordwide. Treamis prides itself on its small class size of 20 students and a teacher student ratio of 1:8. The school is accessible from Hosur Road ( NH7), and is situated near Wipro in Electronic City. Though admissions are on a first-come first-served basis, admissions are offered round the year to assist students who relocate. Read more about Treamis World School...


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Dental Clinic in Electronic City

ECity DentalV2 ECity Family Dental Center has been catering to ECitizens on Neeladri Road for 2 years now. V2 offers customized dental plans like periodic dental check-ups for preventive dental care essential for all age-groups esp. children and senior citizens. Their clinic, equipped with state of the art equipment and expert team of dentists is located in the 3rd floor of Anthurium, opposite to Manhattans Apartments on Neeladri Road, at walkable distance from Wipro and the residential communities. Contact V2 for current offers, individual, corporate and family dental plans


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Press News for Ecity

In reverse chronological order
Infosys cuts manpower in education and research unit  reviewing other business divisions
Rules given a go by in Suryanagar Layout   Irregularities in site allotment by KHB
Readying to transform trash into cash  KCDC at Kudlu has the largest vermi-compost unit in Asia
Madiwala underpass, a barrier for heavy transport vehicles  No board to indicate prohibition of HTV
Herd of 35 jumbos goes berserk in Anekal   near Binnamangala in Gumalapura, Anekal taluk
Dacoits loot house   in Naganayakanahalli of Anekal taluk
Quarrying units raided, encroached land recovered   at Bettadasanapura, near Electronics City
Infosys buys IT park for Rs 115 crore   located near Infosys campus in Electronics City
Teen dropout held for rape of minor  in Begur. Case registered by Electronic City police.
Cops arrest 'death threat' auto driver   fine of Rs 950 was slapped on him for various violations
Inequality spills over in Civic Authority   claims Kavitha Baburaj, Congress Councillor from Singasandra
Infosys announces top-level management changes   Two senior executives appointed as presidents
Bala to 'honest' netas: Is AAP losing the aam aadmi?  may contest from Bangalore South
Mohandas Pai questions Nilekani's contribution to Bangalore city  just imposed from above
Narrow escape for 30 bus passengers   SRS Travels bus rammed into a hotel in Attibele
High school student electrocuted   at his friend's home in Attibele
Injured guard foils ATM heist in Bangalore, nabs one thief  in Hongasandra Main Road
Anekal may soon be next-door adventure hub  an adventure camp to come up
Scolded by neighbours, boy climbs power line  in Celebrity Layout, Electronic City
Infosys employees upset over software meant to 'spy' on them  proposal to track actual working hours
Cops watch as two girls are slapped, kicked  near Forum mall

Know your Bengaluru

Lal BaghLal Bagh is hosting its 199th biannual flower show, also marking the 50th year of the Horticultural Department. Organized by the Department of Horticulture and the Mysore Horticulture Society, the show was inaugurated by Chief Minister Siddharamaiah on 17th January and will conclude on the Republc Day, 26th of January this year. Special attractions this season: 18 ft tall floral tower in the glass house and those amazingly cute floral forms of mushrooms, garlic, onion, carrot, pine-apple, chilly, banana, pomagranate etc., a replca of the world's largest flower Rafflesia Arnoldii and an exhibit of pictures by the Horticultural Dept. Show timings: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Entry fee: Rs.10 for children below 12 years. Rs.40 for adults on weekdays and Rs.50 on weekends.
Read more about Lal Bagh Botanical Garden


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