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Shahi Exports partners with Taiwanese firm to open manufacturing facility in Shivamogga

Shahi Exports, India’s largest apparel manufacturer and exporter, announced a joint venture with Little King Global, one of Taiwan’s premier synthetic sportswear fabric manufacturers. As part of the joint venture, the company will set up a state-of-the-art processing unit for synthetic performance fabrics in Shivamogga. The venture is expected to boost employment in Shivamogga, and the new facility would make Shahi one of the largest employers in the manufacturing sector in this region, it claimed. The production line is set to be fully operational by the end of this year and would have an initial production capacity of 500 tonnes per month. This capacity is slated to double in the future, reaching 1,000 tonnes per month, the company said in a statement. Ramalingam T., CEO Knits Divisio...
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1.18 lakh candidates write COMEDK across 264 centres in India

The Consortium of Medical, Engineering, and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) Undergraduate Entrance Test (UGET) and Uni-GAUGE entrance examination 2024 were conducted at 264 centres in 191 cities across India on Sunday, May 12, with 87.96% of the registered candidates appearing for the examination. Out of the total 1,18,005 candidates who had registered, 1,03,799 attended the examination. In Karnataka, the exam was conducted in 72 centres out of which 33 were in Bengaluru. While 35,124 out of 38,475 candidates took the test in Karnataka, 17,830 out of 19,676 attended the test in Bengaluru.  While some students found mathematics and physics papers to be a little difficult, others said that chemistry was confusing.  Bhavya Meghan, from Deeksha ISBR, who was a candidate at Global Acad...
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Bengaluru weather forecast before RCB vs DC IPL match: Thunderstorms could play spoilsport, washout scenarios explained

Weather update for IPL match today: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) host Delhi Capitals (DC) at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in a match that has a lot hinging on it for both teams. Before the IPL match today, Delhi Capitals are fifth in the IPL 2024 standings with 12 points from 12 games while RCB are seventh with 10 points from the same number of games. The IPL match today will see a clash between two in-form teams in the IPL at the moment: Delhi Capitals have won three of their last four games while RCB come into this match with four wins on the trot. A loss today for RCB would eliminate them from IPL playoffs contention. DC also are unlikely to make the cut if they lose Sunday’s IPL match. Rain scenarios for RCB vs DC Both teams are chasing a victory today to put one foot firmly into...
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RCB vs DC 2024, IPL Live Streaming: When and where to watch Royal Challengers Bengaluru vs Delhi Capitals for free?

Royal Challengers Bengaluru vs Delhi Capitals IPL 2024 Live Streaming: Faf du Plessis’ Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) will take on Rishabh Pant’s Delhi Capitals (DC) in another must-win game to stay alive in the playoffs race of this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL). The RCB, currently seventh with 10 points from 12 matches, will desperately hope not to run into that brilliant Capitals as a defeat can undo their good work in the last four matches. In the run-up to this match, RCB had beaten Gujarat Titans twice, Punjab Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad once each. While the victory over SRH valiant, RCB did not face much challenge from the floundering Titans and Kings. Live streaming details of the RCB vs DC match in IPL 2024 When is the RCB vs DC IPL 2024 match? The Royal Challengers B...
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Watch | How Bengaluru lost its iconic Cauvery theatre

Watch | How Bengaluru lost its iconic Cauvery theatre A couple of months after celebrating its golden jubilee, the Cauvery Theatre in Bengaluru ended its glorious run. Curtains came down on the iconic single screen, which played several blockbusters for over five decades. The OTT wave and the booming multiplexes had a major impact on the theatre. Bollywood’s dismal show in the last couple of years and the delay of big Kannada caused the closure of the theatre. What made Cauvery special? Why did celebrities love the hall? What’s its legacy? The Hindu finds out.Read more:  The iconic Cauvery Theatre in Bengaluru ends its glorious run Reporting: Vivek MVVideo and production: Ravichandran N. Source link