BENGALURU LIVE - February 5, 2019

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  • 17:47

    Free movie screenings are raining upon voters in Karnataka this election season.

  • 16:56

    Amitabh Bachchan at KSR Railway Station

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  • 15:25

    BMTC to take action against its employee, who passed urine in open space!

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  • 13:58

    Be a Good Samaritan

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  • 12:51

    Sumalatha Ambareesh in conversation with DH

  • 12:06

    Roadeo the robot may soon man traffic at city junctions

    Traffic police manning the junctions may soon have a robot colleague that may takeover the hard part of the job -- standing for long periods amid smoke and dust to regulate vehicle movement.

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  • 11:54

    'Niluvangi Kanasu' (Dream of a Long Gown) at Ravindra Kalakshetra on Friday

  • 10:47

    ASI in dock over conservation of Hampi monuments

    Vandalism of monuments at the Unesco world heritage site - Hampi in Ballari district - has put the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in a tight spot.

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  • 10:40
  • 10:35

    EDITORIAL | ASI, govt must answer for Hampi

    Neither the ASI nor the government can escape responsibility for the vandalism at Hampi.

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  • 10:31

    600 more toilets soon in the city

    Focusing to make city free of open defecation, the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has decided to build more than 600 public toilets across the city before Gandhi Jayanthi.

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  • 09:52

    Air India apologises to passenger who got roach in meal

    National carrier Air India has apologised for an incident three days ago when a pasenger on a Bhopal-Mumbai flight found a cockroach in his in-flight meal.

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  • 08:53
  • 08:49

    Ex-Manipal staff, 149 others held in exam leak cases

    After 75 days of investigation into the police and BMTC recruitment question paper leak cases, the Bengaluru Central Crime Branch (CCB) police arrested 150 accused, including a former employee of Manipal Technologies unit in Udupi.

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  • 08:47

    From Bengaluru Traffic Police

  • 08:45

    City to get rid of overhead power cables in 3 years

    Overhead power cables could be a thing of the pastin three years. Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Limited (Bescom) will start laying 18,900kilometres of underground power cables in April at a cost of Rs 4,500 crore.

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  • 08:38

    DH Cartoon | Mamata vs CBI

  • 08:36

    Study underway to predict fog at KIA, 6 hrs in advance

    Can fog be predicted five to six hours in advance to help airlines and passengers plan their schedules better? Making this a clear possibility in the future, the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR) here has launched a 40-month fog study.

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  • 08:35

    Moderate traffic all over the city, getting thicker minute by minute

  • 08:34

    Weather at 8 am: 19 degree Celsius