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Around the City

Planetarium closed

The sky theatre shows at the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium will be suspended for the public only on May 18 because of some other programmes, stated a press release.

Vocational training

Suwarna-Nagaraju Educational Trust will conduct vocational ITI training courses in tool and die making, electronic mechanic, computer, fitter, turner, secretarial practice, tailoring and draughtsman. Candidates, who have passed or failed SSLC and PUC and are aged between 15 and 40 can apply. Women candidates will be given preference. Call 23234502 or 9886629502.

Blood donation

Sai Geetanjali will conduct a blood donation camp at Sri Satya Sai Super Speciality Hospital in the city on May 19. People who are free from diabetes, blood pressure, skin and other diseases can donate. Call 9845517938 for details.

Training

To train stakeholders in promoting modern biomass energy devices, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) will conduct a five-day "anchor team training programme" from May 21 at the Mahatma Gandhi Regional Institute of Rural Energy and Development in Jakkur.Call 25356590.

Prostrate detection

Dr. Mahendra Jain will conduct a free prostrate disease detection camp at Shekar Hospital on Bull Temple Road in the city on May 20 from 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For details, call 22421144.

Train rescheduled

Bangalore City-Nizamuddin Rajdhani Express (2429) scheduled to leave Bangalore City at 8.20 p.m. on May 16 has been rescheduled to leave at 6.15 a.m. on May 17 because of late running of its pairing train, stated an official press release here.

Last date

The last date for payment of examination fees for the undergraduate examination had been extended up to May 21 with an additional special fine of Rs. 300 along with the special fine of Rs. 500 and regular fine of Rs. 100 (total fine of Rs. 900) and usual examination fees, according to an official release here.

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