BENGALURU LIVE- February 22, 2019

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  • 17:36

    Train 18 to be introduced on M'luru-B'luru route: Goyal

    Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday said that the Train 18, recently renamed as Vande Bharat Express, will also be introduced on the Mangaluru-Chennai and Mangaluru-Hyderabad routes.

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  • 17:19

    Suburban rail gets biggest push as Railways allots land

    The suburban rail got its biggest push on Friday as the railways agreed to provide land worth Rs 6000 crore virtually free of cost for the project and the state government agreed to review its conditions, paving the way for approval of the Rs 23,000 crore project.

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  • 14:06

    Police search for biker who flashed, assaulted woman

    The city police are in search of a man who flashed at a woman techie and assaulted her on the busy HAL road on Tuesday afternoon over a road rage incident.

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  • 12:24

    BDA has a new financing plan for PRR

    To make the much-deliberated and decade-old plan for the Peripheral Ring Road (PRR)project a reality, the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) has come up with a newfunding idea.

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  • 11:53

    BFC back to winning ways

    Bengaluru FC (BFC) produced a scintillating performance to defeat FC Goa 3-0 despite playing with a man down for the entirety of the second period in the Indian Super League at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Thursday.

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  • 10:13

    150 tourism taxis flagged off in city

    Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy and Tourism Minister Sa Ra Mahesh on Thursday flagged off around 150 tourism taxis in the city.

    The tourism department plans to distribute 1,470 taxis to those belonging to the economically weaker section of society this year.


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  • 10:10

    Temperatures rise, so does gastroenteritis cases

    Cases of gastroenteritis cases are increasing in Bengaluru following a steady rise in temperature.

    From severe cases of inpatient admissions to several patients getting treated on an outpatient basis, Bengaluru’s hospitals are reporting cases of varying severity of gastroenteritis - acondition characterised by severe stomach pain, diarrhea and vomiting

  • 10:08

    Glorifying box office trend threat to filmmakers: HDK

    Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Thursday said the glorification of box office trends has become a threat to filmmakers in Sandalwood.The CM was talking at the inauguration of the 11th Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFes).

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