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◀   30 June 2023       Issue #149 ▶  

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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.
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ECity School Brookfield High is a contemporary school affiliated to ICSE, offering Nursery to Class 10. A blend of Montessori, Reggio and Nursery methods are followed in the nursery and pre-primary classes. For higher grades, the school offers ICSE curriculum. Brookfield High promises to address the future needs of an increasingly globalised Indian economy. The school aims at developing superior communication skills and passion for diverse domains. Brookfield High is located near Electronic City and is easily accessible from Hosur Road.   More about Brookfield High...


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Press news in reverse chronological order
Toll on NICE Road in Bengaluru hiked
- effective from on July 1
Smart bus stop in the Electronic City
- 11 more bus stops coming soon
Double-decker flyover over Silk Board
- Ragigudda to Silk Board
What TCS and Infosys said on AI, demand concerns
- Chandrasekaran and Nilekani in AGMs
AI-First Strategy Working For Infosys:
- Nandan Nilekani
Flames engulf bike, no casualties
- on Silk Board flyover
Some Clients insist for Work From Office:
- Infosys CEO Salil Parekh
Peenya-Hebbal-K.R. Puram-Hosur twin tunnel
- on NH-44
BBMP bans animal sacrifice
- on roads and public places
Infosys signs $454 million deal with Danske Bank
- to digitize and add more cloud and data facilities
Orxa Energies sets up new manufacturing facility
- in Bommasandra
Bengaluru sees most layoffs
- BYJU's and JioMart laid off 1000 each
Ecological damage and unauthorised construction
- Bannerghatta National Park
BESCOM issues clarification regarding glitches in bills
- issue to be resolved within two days
2 wheelers stolen from Madiwala traffic police station
- SI filed a complaint
BBMP defies court order, diverts rajakaluve
- to private land Singasandra village
4 metro lines to open by November
- including RV Road to Bommasandra line
PSI in Bengaluru booked for wife's murder
- in Begur
18-year-old Mumbai intern slips into coma
- after blast in popular biscuit factory in Basapura
Crocodiles in boating lake
- of Bannerghatta Biological Park

Know your Bengaluru

Bengaluru travelTipu Sultan's Fort and Palace are located near the busy K R Market area. A mud fort built by Kempe Gowda II in 1536, was converted to a stone fort by Hyder Ali and expanded by his son Tipu Sultan. The British captured this fort in 1791. Construction of the wooden palace was also started by Hyder Ali and completed by Tipu Sultan in 1790. Adjascent to this palace is Kote Venkataramana temple. The fort is at a walkable distance from the palace.
Read more about Tipu's Fort and Palace ...


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