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◀   31 May 2024       Issue #160

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-Team ECity Bangalore


Electronic City School Entrance Exam Coaching


Brookfield High ICSE 2024 Toppers score Centum in Computer Applications, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and History !
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.   Meet the ICSE 2024 Toppers from Brookfield High...


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Press news in reverse chronological order
RERA hands incomplete project to association
- Commune One project on Anekal-Chandapura Rd
B.Com student jumps off 4th floor in Vega City Mall
- on Bannerghatta Road
Fire accident in Bommasandra Industrial Area
- Technova Tapes factory
Driverless trainset signaling tests from June 7
- nearing completion of its stationary tests
Traffic advisory for temple festival in Hongasandra
- Brahma Rathotsava and Pallaki Festival
Jungle safari proposal awaits government approval
- Bannerghatta Park near South Bengaluru
Deepfake video featuring Mukesh Ambani & Narayana Murthy
- Reliance Industries files complaint
Three Hotels in Electronic City Get Bomb Threat
- hoax threats via email
Telugu actor, 85 others test positive for drugs
- after rave party bust in GR Farms
Rave party raid in farmhouse off E-City
- GR Farms in Singena Agrahara village
Narayana Health acquires 1.2 acres
- in Begur hobli
How IT cos are pressing staff to return to office
- Wipro, Infosys, TCS, Cognizant, Dell
HD Revanna released from Parappana Agrahara jail
- granted conditional bail in sexual assault case
BTech student's body found in a lake in Jigani
- Suicide suspected
Ragigudda-Silk Board flyover
- 3/5 ramps to be ready by May end
Petrol tanker causes fuel spill in Electronics City
- no injuries reported

Know your Bengaluru

Bengaluru TravelGovernment Museum in Bengaluru, one of the oldest museums in India, was founded in 1865 by Edward G. Balfour, a medical officer. The museum functioned at the Cantonment's jail building until the current premises of the museum in Kasturba Road ( then Sydney Road) was opened in 1877. The museum has eighteen galleries in 2 floors. These galleries comprise different sections like geology, natural history, sculpture, art and numismatics. Venkatappa art gallery has about 600 paintings of K.Venkatappa, a court painter of the Wodeyars. The museum is also home to some of the inscriptions and hero stones from Begur.   Read more about Government Museum, Bengaluru...


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