BENGALURU LIVE - January 11, 2019

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  • 17:31

    Infosys quarterly results announce

    (From left) U B Praveen Rao, CTO, Infosys, Salil Parekh, CEO, Jayesh Sanghrajka CTO, Infosys are seen during the quarterly results at Infosys campus, in Bengaluru on Friday. (DH Photo/ B H Shivakumar)

  • 17:29

    'Complan' for kids stolen by Shivajinagar school mgmt

    Five members ofthe management board of a 108-year-old school are accused ofstealing10 Complan boxes meant to be given to schoolchildren.

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  • 15:41

    Bengaluru a salad city

    People in Bengaluru are health conscious and choose their meals carefully, experts say

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  • 12:06

    Suicide attempt at National College Metro Station

    Metro operations on Green Line came to a grinding halt at about 11.15 am after a man reportedly fell on tracks at the National College metro station, allegedly to commit suicide.



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  • 09:48

    Weather today morning

    Mercury is at 19 degrees with a slow breeze and 72 percent humidity.

  • 09:32

    Fuel prices today

    Petrol sits at Rs 71.34 per litre and Diesel sits at Rs 64.87 per litre

  • 08:52

    Plan to improve air quality in 102 cities in 5 years

    The Union Environment Ministry launched the National Clean Air Programme that aims to improve the air quality in 102 Indian cities including four in Karnataka – Bengaluru, Davangere, Kalaburagi and Hubballi-Dharwad – in the next five years.

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  • 08:09

    Bengaluru is hiring: City sees 13% rise in recruitment

    Recruitment activity in Bengaluru, the country’s tech hub, grew by 13% in December 2018, compared to the same month in 2017 across all sectors, while the software industry witnessed the highest growth rate of 22% year-on-year, Naukri data reveals.

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  • 08:07

    Garden-themed T2 terminal part of KIA’s Rs 13K-cr plan

    Garden-themed to reflect Bengaluru’s once cherished green identity, thesecond terminal (T2) of the Kempegowda International Airport(KIA) will boost its capacity by 25 Million Passengers Per Annum (MPPA). The terminal will be at the core of KIA’s massive Rs 13,000 crore expansion plan.

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  • 08:04

    Cauvery water Stage V consulting firms finalised

    The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board has finalised the consultancy firms for the Cauvery Water Supply Project, Stage V.

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