Bangalore, May 26, 2017: Envisioned to define the future of cancer care in India, Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd. – The Specialist in Cancer Care today inaugurated the Triesta Genomics and Translational Research Center. It is a state-of-the-art Genomics Center offering comprehensive diagnosis by leveraging the latest and innovative technologies like Next-Generation Sequencing to all patients.
- JFS aims to bring down the number of school drop-outs in India
- Several thousand women across 17 cities pledge to educate their children
Bangalore, May 13, 2017: In India, about 8.31 million children drop out of school every year to support their families financially. Commemorating Mother’s Day, Janalakshmi Financial Services (JFS) has taken a step towards creating awareness among mothers from low-income group stressing the importance of formal education for their children. Thousands of mothers across 434 locations have come forward and pledged to educate their children. JFS firmly believes in helping every individual realize their dreams and aspirations and formal school education is key to achieving this.
Bangalore, 15 May 2017
The Karnataka PU Results for the year 2017, was declared on 11 May here in Bangalore. Deeksha students and staff across are celebrating their outstanding results. With 7 students from Science and 3 from Commerce bagging place within the top 10 has proved why the Deeksha methodology is student learning and success oriented.
BANGALORE:9 May 2017.
BENGALURU/KARNATAKA’s Premier Bank,VIJAYA BANK posts Super Sterling,outstanding Financial Results for FY 2016-17.
*Net Profit increased by 96.6% to all time high of Rs 7.5 Billion
*Operating Profit up by 56.3% from Rs 15.49 Billion to Rs 24.21 Billion
*Gross /Net NPA down to 6.59 /4.36 % from 6.64/4.81 % (as of last FY)
*Total Branches at 2031 worldwide
*Savings bank Growth is at 28.31 %
*Number of ATM’s increased to 2001
Bestselling Author Arvind Parashar’s book ‘Messed up! But all for Love’ released in NAMMA BENGALURU
The first book in India’s maiden romantic-thriller trilogy series – Ranked 49 in just 24hrs of going on pre-order & makes it to Amazon India’s Movers and Shakers list.
Profits from the book directed towards Spandana Rehabilitation Centre in Udupi to support education for financially poor and intellectually disabled children
BENGALURU(Bangalore), May 06, 2017: ‘Messed up! But all for Love’ a book by corporate honcho turned bestselling author Arvind Parashar was released at Sapna Book House at Continue reading