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Kannada-English dictionary is now online after 40 years
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Kannada-English dictionary is now online after 40 years

A full 126 years after the publication of German missionary Ferdinand Kittel's complete Kannada-English dictionary, a comparable, however, a more thorough one is out. While Kittel's dictionary has around 60,000 words, the Kannada-English dictionary incorporated by V Krishna, a lexicographer situated in Bengaluru, has about 1.6 lakh words. Alar, as the new dictionary is called, is an authoritative dictionary with 2.4 lakh English definitions, and is the biggest, most authoritative open-source dictionary in the world, as per Zerodha, a brokerage firm which has teamed up with Krishna. Alar methods bloom in Kannada. In 2018, the Zerodha team talked about the thought with Krishna and granted him an award. Kailash Nadh, chief technology officer of Zerodha, says, “I have been running Ol...
Maruti Suzuki advises merchants to lock-in
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Maruti Suzuki advises merchants to lock-in

Maruti Suzuki India Ltd has advised proprietors concerning its highly leveraged component merchants to sell some of their non-core businesses and increment advertiser stakes to improve income and financial stability of their firms, two individuals aware of the advancements said. The nation's biggest carmaker has likewise requested that providers build a sizeable inventory of components to keep any interruption in production from influencing Maruti. The New Delhi-based organization has likewise proposed that parts creators cut fixed administrative expenses in each department to lessen any adverse effect on financials if there should arise an occurrence of a sharp drop in volumes in the coming months, individuals refered to above said looking for namelessness. Financials of compone...
Godrej Properties purchases nearby 15-acre in Bengaluru for the housing project
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Godrej Properties purchases nearby 15-acre in Bengaluru for the housing project

Godrej Properties on Tuesday said it has purchased nearby 15-acre in Bengaluru to build up a housing project. In a regulatory filing, the organization stated: "it has entered into an outright transaction to purchase a well-located land parcel in Sarjapur, Bengaluru". Godrej Properties, which is important for the business combination Godrej Group, didn't reveal the deal value as well as the name of the seller. Spread across about 15 acres, this project will offer around 1.6 million square feet of the potential saleable zone including private apartments of different configurations. Pirojsha Godrej, Executive Chairman, Godrej Properties stated, "Bengaluru is a key market for us and this project addition fits well with our strategy of deepening our presence across the country's le...
Vedanta gets at least 134 crore shares required for delisting
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Vedanta gets at least 134 crore shares required for delisting

Vedanta Limited got offers for least offers for minimum shares expected to delist the organization on the last day of the opposite book building process. Information accessible with BSE indicated that the organization recevived offers for more than 137 crore shares against the base prerequisite of 134 crore shares. The offering time should close at 3.30 pm. In any case, the equivalent has been stretched out till 7 pm. "As per BSE’s Offer to Buy – Acquisition Window, the delisting session for the Company has been extended till 7:00 pm for October 9, 2020," Vedanta said in a regulatory filing. Shares of the organization shut 3.83 percent higher at Rs 122.10 on Friday, while the benchmark BSE Sensex settled 0.81 percent up at 40,509. Of the 137 crore shares, in excess of 69 crore...
Bengaluru restaurant perceives a 1.5 km-long line for biryani on Sunday after reopen
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Bengaluru restaurant perceives a 1.5 km-long line for biryani on Sunday after reopen

Karnataka has permitted restaurants to re-open, and the Biryani lovers in Bengaluru held onto the opportunity to fill their stomachs and fulfill their hearts. On Sunday, the celebrated Anand Dum Biryani in Hoskote saw a long line of biryani sweethearts. How long? The line was about 1.5 kilometers long, and a video demonstrating the rage has circulated around the web via web-based media. Individuals can be seen wearing face masks and pushing for a space in the line. The restaurant is situated around 25 kilometers from Bengaluru city centre. The video has gathered in excess of 7,000 views starting at now and numerous netizens were worried about them not following social distancing standards. "Queue for biryani at Hoskote, Bangalore… Tell me what biryani this is and is it free?" ...
Fossilized leaves from the Jurassic period found by geologists in Jharkhand
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Fossilized leaves from the Jurassic period found by geologists in Jharkhand

Geologists have discovered fossilized leaves, assessed to be around 150-200 million years of age, in Jharkhand's Sahibganj district. Several 20 cm by 5 cm fossilized leaves of class Ptilophyllum have been found in Dudhkol mountain in Taljhari region on Saturday and further removal is in progress, lead geologist aide teacher Ranjit Kumar Singh of Sahibganj PG College said. The uncovering is being led in relationship with National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow under a venture of the Department of Science and Technology of the Union government. "Such leaves were consumed by herbivorous dinosaurs. Smaller fossils from Upper Jurassic to Cretaceous period were earlier found in the region. We might even find fossilised dinosaur eggs during further excavation," Singh told PTI on ...
Gyms stay void in Bengaluru while support costs surge
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Gyms stay void in Bengaluru while support costs surge

Sunil S. Shetty, 24, has been a gym regular for as far back as 10 years. Working out is a basic aspect of his life, “like brushing my teeth”, he says. He missed setting off to the gym for five months during the COVID-19 lockdown. Home exercises – ailing in equipment and coach advice – was certifiably not an adequate substitute. Three weeks after August 5, when gyms in the city were permitted to re-open, Sunil continued training at a fitness studio in Nagavara. Be that as it may, it's not a similar encounter. “With the pandemic still on, working out at gyms isn’t the same as it used to be. We need to adjust,” he says. Sunil, be that as it may, is by all accounts a special case. Fitness trainers and gym proprietors state most clients haven't returned. Their relief after the post-lo...