If their demands remain unmet by 9th May, then petrol pumps will refuse to purchase fuel from manufacturing companies on 10th May.
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Ambulance made to wait for 3 minutes for CM Siddaramaiah
On Tuesday evening, an ambulance carrying a patient was made to halt for 3 whole minutes as CM Siddaramaiah's convoy was to enter Ravindra Kalakeshtra for Bhagiratha Jayanti celebrations.
Police commissioner Praveen Sood said emergency vehicles must be prioritized; he further added that he would investigate the incident.
However, police officials (both traffic and otherwise) deployed near the convoys refused to comment.
Water levels in Bengaluru dams reach dead storage levels
Despite of the few showers received by Bengaluru last month, water levels in dams continue to decrease.
The water levels in these dams will rise only during the monsoon, until which Bengalureans would have to use water judiciously.
As of Wednesday, the water level in the Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) dam was 71.92 ft. whereas the dead storage level is 74 ft.
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04 May 2017
Abolish cap on ticket prices: Multiplex body
Deeming it an unfair step towards the interest of the film industry, the Multiplex Association of India (MAI) urged the government to withdraw its cap of Rs. 200 on movie tickets.
MAI President Deepak Asher added that the body is currently analyzing options at its disposal to protect members and stakeholders' interests.
He also said the capping would obstruct the further growth of multiplexes.
Tech firms having hard time hunting for skilled employees
This is because the number of available candidates for these roles is always less than half their demand.
In skills like Java Developer, AutoCAD, microcontroller programming and solutions architect, the supply exceeds the demands by double.
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