BENGALURU LIVE- December 19, 2018

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  • 17:02

    KGF is our answer to Baahubali

    If the process of making films was a war field, then Sandalwood is set to unleash its biggest weapon on December 21, writes Vivek MV.

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  • 15:34

    Discussion on social media and general elections held in Bengaluru

  • 13:54

    Weather forecast

  • 13:51

    BBMP Council meet to be webcasted

  • 13:47

    A cartoon by Rasheed Kappan

  • 12:49

    Protest against transgender and anti-trafficking bills

    Over 100 transgenders gathered at Town Hall on Wednesday morning, to raise their voice against the central and state governments. They were demanding the withdrawal of the transgender and anti-trafficking bills being tabled in the Rajya Sabha.

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  • 12:19

    ‘Urban homeless may be highest in South B’luru’

    According to the estimates shared by Dream India Network and Impact India Consortium, the South zone in the city has the highest number of urban homeless.

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  • 11:55

    Condition of toilets in Kempegowda International Airport (KIA).

  • 11:49

    Due to Metro work, Jayadeva Service Road closed from Gurappanapalya Junction towards Jayadeva Junction

  • 11:43

    Weather at 11: 24 degree Celsius, Sunny.

  • 11:06

    Soon, 24/7 command center to monitor waste management

    To salvageBengaluru’s Swachh Survekshan ranking, which is sliding every passing year, the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) will set up a dedicated 24/7 centralisedcommand and control centerto monitor Solid Waste Management (SWM).

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  • 11:05

    Shivakumara Swami to be discharged today

    Siddaganga seer Shivakumara Swami will be discharged from Chennai hospital on Wednesday, say reports.

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  • 10:52

    BESCOM resolves nearly 95 percent of complaints

  • 09:28

    Technical glitches in BMTC’s pass system causing jams

    The BMTC's move to shift from pre-printed daily passes to paper ones issued on board has led to traffic jams. Technical issues in printing the passes have made conductors stop the bus, blocking vehicles on narrow roads.

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  • 08:50

    Metro is safe, BMRCL seeks to reassure commuters

    In the wake of questions raised over the safety of Metro viaducts and pillars, the BMRCL on Tuesday sought to reassure that travelling in the Metro was safe, and required measures have been followed during infrastructure construction according to the...

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  • 08:44

    Rise in drunken driving cases worries KSRTC

  • 08:21

    Today's Deccan Herald Speak Out

  • 08:21

    Hoax call claims bomb in CM’s house, man held

    A 32-year-old man was arrested for making a hoax call to the police control room on Monday night, claiming that he hadplanteda bomb at Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy’s residencein JP Nagar. He told the police that hewas depressed over the CM not a...

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  • 08:17
  • 08:14

    Rowdy wanted for murder shot at during police hunt

    A history-sheeter wanted formurder was shot at when he allegedly tried to evade arrest in western Bengaluru, police said.

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  • 07:57

    Smooth movements of vehicles on city roads

  • 07:54

    Weather at 7 am: 16 degree Celsius

  • 07:53

    Good morning Bengaluru!