BENGALURU NEWS: Lit Fest begins

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  • 17:10

    Movie Night

    'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' screens on October 27 at 6.30 pm at The Courtyard, Shanti Nagar. The 1968 British musical adventure fantasy film is directed by Ken Hughes and written by Roald Dahl and Hughes.

  • 16:32

    Bengaluru: Sabarimala devotees urge SC to reconsider

    Devotees marched in protest from Town hall to Freedom par and few even walked bare-footed to reach thevenue.

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  • 16:05

    #MeToo: Sruthi files complaint against Arjun Sarja

    Sruthi approached the Cubbon Park police and filed a detailed 5-page complaint alleging unwelcome sexual advances at the hands of Arjun Sarja.

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  • 14:02

    Bollywood night - Watch DJ Rhea playing live today 8 pm onwards, at Output, Soul Space Arena Mall, Outer Ring Road.

  • 13:39

    City Railway Station up close and beautiful back in 1969.

  • 12:59

    The Bengaluru Literature Festival 2018 has kick-started at Hotel Lalit Ashok.

  • 12:49

    7th edition of Bangalore Literature Fest begins at The Lalit Ashok Lawns

  • 16:31

    Namma Metro Phase 2 cost may reach Rs 32k crores

    The estimated cost of Namma Metro Phase 2 has been revised at Rs 32,000 crore, while the deadline of some metro lines has been pushed to 2023.

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  • 16:02

    Cubbon Park Metro Station walls get a creative makeover

  • 15:49

    BBMP to HC: 1565 hoarding structures removed, 86 left

  • 14:28

    Bangalore Literature Festival: All you need to know!

    The seventh edition of the Bangalore Literature Festival (BLF) will be held at The Lalit Ashok Lawns on October 27 and October 28, 10 am onwards. Entry to the event is free.

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  • 13:16

    'Show Me the Funny' today 8 pm onwards, at Street Mama, Garuda Mall.

    Head for a laughter filled night with Joteen Patro, Ashwin Srinivas and Aditya Shridhar.

  • 12:14

    Paro Anand is a world record holder for helping about 3000 children to make the World’s Longest Newspaper.

  • 10:30

    Legal or not? The curious case of city’s ‘bitcoin ATM’

  • 10:29

    Ilavarasi granted 15-day parole to visit ailing brother

  • 09:47

    Man from Bengaluru abandons father on National Highway in Dharwad

  • 08:47

    Traffic updates

    On Outer Ring Road: Heavy trafficnear Bellandur, Nagavara, and KR Puram

    Slow moving traffic on Intermediate Ring Road, Madiwala Road andVivekananda Road.

  • 08:43

    Message from Bengaluru Traffic Police

  • 08:38

    Weather at 8 am: 20 degree Celsius, partially sunny

  • 08:33

    Good morning Bengaluru! Stay with us for live city updates

  • 13:56

    Members of Outdoor Advertising Association protest against BBMP's blanket ban on flex and hoardings at Town Hall

  • 13:48

    Protest against ban on commercial hoardings

  • 13:19

    Sasikala learns Kannada, to join BU distance course

  • 13:50

    Vijay refutes allegations of assaulting his daughter

    Actor Vijay alias Duniya Vijay on Wednesday told the police that he did not assault his daughter Monica as has been alleged.

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  • 11:07

    Sharavathy hydel station comes to state's rescue

  • 10:04

    DH metrolife | On my pinboard: Anuradha Bhat

    Having sung for more than a thousand feature films, she is also a recipient of ‘Karnataka State Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer’ and ‘Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer-Kannada’.

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  • 10:03

    11 schools vie for theatre honours

    Eleven schools are competing for top honours at the Bangalore One Act Theatre Festival 2018 (BOAT) this year. The second edition, based on the theme of ‘home,’ will be a fun-packed experience for theatre lovers this weekend, its organisers say.

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  • 10:02

    Underpass at Madavara Cross to provide a seamless connection to the Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre (BIEC).

  • 09:59

    Restaurateur Bhavna’s art show opens Friday

    Celebrating Abstraction’ by Bhavna Kothari opens this week at Gallery Time and Space. It is a collection of about 20 of her oil paintings from the past two years.

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  • 09:58

    A woman screenwriter has described her ordeal at the hands of Ere Gowda, director of Kannada film Balekempa and writer of the widely feted film Thithi.

    Read the DH Metrolife story here.

  • 09:54

    NGT slaps BBMP with Rs 5 crore fine

    The National Green Tribunal has slammed the BBMP for its “repeated failure” to comply with its directions to ensure bio-mining and continued “cover-up” by allowing dumping of solid wastes in quarry pits at Bengaluru north taluk.


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  • 09:53

    After 97 years, a forgotten British massacre uncovered

      
  • 09:46

    The world’s our kalyana mantapa

    Many affluent families in Bengaluru are celebrating weddings at exotic destinations.

    They are influenced by Indian films shot abroad, and media reports about glittering events featuring celebrity couples.

    Read the DH Metrolife story here.

  • 09:43

    NGT slaps BBMP with Rs 5 crore fine

  • 09:41

    Weather at 9 am: 26 degree Celsius, mostly sunny

  • 18:30

    #70yearsofDH | Vidyarthi Bhavan at Gandhi Bazaar in 1983.

  • 15:56

    #BengaluruNostalgia

  • 15:11

    PM Modi to address tech workers at 3:30 pm

    From Bengaluru, IT professionals from Infosys and Cisco will be interacting with the Prime Minister, from their respective offices in Electronic City and Marathahalli, respectively.

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  • 14:42

    A road in Wilson Garden is seen in a dilapidated condition.

  • 14:16

    Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor gains momentum

  • 12:38

    Unsafe in bus transport? Say high five to Durga alarms

  • 12:30

    Citizens’ group urges CM to ‘Bury the Metro’

    Activating a campaign to ‘Bury the Metro,’ Citizen’s Agenda for Bengaluru, a people’s collective, has urged Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy to set up an alternativeunderground metro system for the city.

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  • 11:45

    'Tathagat' in Bengaluru

    Delhi's Jana Natya Manch performing 'Tathagat' near Townhall. Directed by Abhishek Majumdar.

  • 11:31

    Getting a house for rent in Bengaluru comes with a set of stringent conditions.

    Many people face difficulty finding houses to rent: singles, pet parents, non-vegetarians, and those hailing from certain communities.


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  • 11:24

    #MeToo: Kannada movie Balekempa dropped from DIFF

  • 09:53

    Dosa heaven Vidyarthi Bhavan is 75

    Located in the heart of Gandhi Bazaar in Basavangudi, Vidyarthi Bhavan was established by Venkataramana Ural in 1943.

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  • 09:51

    A day more to submit suggestions for BBMP's ad policy

      
  • 09:28

    Cops arrest brain behind cryptocurrency ATM

    The co-founder of India’sown bitcoin start-up was arrested on Tuesday for setting up the country’s first cryptocurrency ATM in the city without governmentpermission.

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  • 09:25

    Weather at 9 am: 26 degree Celsius, mostly sunny

  • 17:29

    Stuck in Traffic?

  • 17:02

    Tathagat in Bengaluru

  • 16:15

    SC gives GIL time till Monday to decide relief amount

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked Graphite India Ltd to tell by October 29 as to how much cost the company would pay for pollution caused by its Whitefield plant in the city of Bengaluru.

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  • 15:47

    Bypoll can change national politics: HD Kumaraswamy

  • 14:51

    Watch 'The Making of the Mahatma' movie directed by Shyam Benegal at 5pm today at NGMA, Palace Road.