A report compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), an arm of The Economist Group declared Bengaluru the third cheapest city to live in across the globe.
EIU conducts conducts the 'Worldwise Cost of Living' survey, comparing over 400 individual prices across 160 categories including food, clothing, drink, household supplies, personal items, transport, rent, bills etc.
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Post demonetization, numerous jewellers, petrol bunk owners, real-estate developers and contractors from Karnataka deposited more than Rs. 2.5lakh in their bank accounts till 30th December, 2016.
The IT Department has so far tracked 1,055 cases where deposits worth altogether Rs. 2,710crore have been made without providing PAN details, and providing inadequate details about the source of income.
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According to a bulletin circulated by the MET Department, the maximum temperature on Sunday was 35 degrees Celsius in Bengaluru.
MB Gowda, a professor of agro meteorology said the temperature could rise to 36-37 degrees Celsius over the next 2-4 days, which will make it rain, and this cycle will continue till May.
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