BENGALURU NEWS - Nov 9, 2018

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  • 15:29

    Encroachment, dumping of waste threaten sprawling lake

    The near-death situation of the Doddaabidarakallu lake is the result of years of neglect when officials turned a blind eye to the encroachment of stormwater drains and then the lake area itself.​

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  • 12:26

    Corporate money to revive Varthur Lake

    Previously desiltedthree decades ago,Varthur Lake has lost as much as 80% of its water-holding capacity. That explains why it's so polluted. A citizen-driven initiative involving farmers, experts and research institutes has now been launched to revive the lake.

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  • 11:41

    Bystanders at high risk of injuries from fireworks too

    Going by those visiting hospitals seeking treatment for eye injuries, it has been noticed that bystanders observing fireworks are injured just as muchas the participants.

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  • 11:10

    Encroachment, dumping of waste threaten sprawling lake

    The near-death situation of the Doddaabidarakallu lake is the result of years of neglect when officials turned a blind eye to the encroachment of stormwater drains and then the lake area itself.

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  • 10:31

    BBMP to geotag dog pick-up vehicles

    The BBMP wants to install a GPS in dog pick-up vehicles so that it can keep track of the relocation process after sterilisation surgery.

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  • 10:06

    WhatsApp's 256-limit pushing users to Telegram groups

    Indian users are shifting in droves to Telegram for its groups allow up to a lakh members, incomparably higher than WhatsApp's limit of 256.

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  • 09:10

    Weather at 9: 23 degrees with a light breeze and 58% humidity.