ECity Digest


Monthly Newsletter from Neighbourhood Portal:

ECity Bangalore - www.electronic-city.in

September 2011             Issue #7


Dear Reader,
This newsletter brings you updates from the portal www.electronic-city.in. Our mission is to spread neighbourhood awareness to ECitizens and regional information to netizens.
-Team ECity Bangalore.

SCHOOL ADMISSIONS - 2012 - 13

Treamis World School - Admissions now open for KG to Grade 12
Candor International School - Admissions going on for Prep 1 - Grade 9
Christ Academy - Application forms for Pre KG issued from 10 - 15 October, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Brookfield High - Admissions Pre K / Nursery - Class 6, starting 10th October.

ECity EVENTS

JustBooks Leading library, opening shortly this October in Anthurium, near CSV on Neeladri Rd, ECity.
Treamis Premier League Results and Fixtures
Waves - Results of inter-school talent competition

ECity RENTAL

Villa available for rent in Bommasandra, near Electronic City. Click for details.

ECity on Press

Beating their drums  BBMP embarasses property tax defaulters on Bannerghatta Rd
Pigs must fly, but not in Bangalore civic body limits  Pig rearing mafia in Bommanahalli?
3M India opens new R&D centre  near 3M factory in Electronic City, Bangalore
RTO 'preys' on visiting techies  Road tax for driving in Karnataka
Look who's profiting from E City flyover  BMTC earns much more than what it pays
Government cancels organ transplant licence to Fortis hospital  after a pancreas transplant
Pvt co parks in public space   300 feet under the Silk Board flyover illegally used as parking space
UTC Fire & Security opens factory in Bangalore  United Technologies Corp., in Bommasandra

Know your Bengaluru

Shiv Mandir, on old airport road, behind Total ( Kemp Fort before) is worth seeing at night. The attractions are 65 ft high statue of Lord Bolenath, and a 32 ft high Vignaharan Ganapati. If you go there hoping for a traditional temple, you could be disappointed. Entrance from road is easy to miss. There is access from Total parking lot. Security will try to sell Rs.100 per head tickets as if mandatory. Barricades are strategically planned to maximize the queue length and hence the number of intermediate ticket booths. However, it is after the Darshans, that one can sit peacefully and enjoy the soothing Bhajans, while looking at Lord Shiva against night sky.

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