BENGALURU LIVE - January 14, 2019

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  • 17:49
  • 17:07

    Blindfold challenge leading to accidents

    In the movie, the charactersblindfold themselves as a protection against an unseen force, that manifests into people’s greatest fears, leading them to kill themselves.

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    Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal invests 150 cr in Ola

    Bansal, who is richer by $1 billion after leaving Flipkart following the acquisition of the e-commerce major by Walmart in May last year, has been in talks with several startup companies to invest.

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  • 13:51

    More kids hooked to phones

    Encouraging children to take up physical activity is one of the many ways to deal with mobile phone addiction, docs say

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  • 13:08

    Spike in online fraud cases

    Online fraud cases are on the rise as more people are going digital with their payments, say Bengaluru cyber police

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  • 12:53

    The unending repair of Channasandra Main Road

    The road in theKadugodi ward was dug up four months ago as a part of a repair plan. Residents and commuters now complain that the road has not been restored yet, thus amounting to further congestion.

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  • 11:52

    BWSSB to float tenders for TG Halli rejuvenation

    The Thippagondanahalli reservoir (TGR) is being readied to receive water from the Yettinahole project by early 2020. The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), which maintains the TGR and the catchment area, has earmarked Rs 286 crore for the reservoir’s renovation. The reservoir is expected to receive 1.7 TMC (Thousand Million Cubic feet) of water. This will be supplied to the western parts of Bengaluru.

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  • 11:03

    Cops take Rs 35L bribe, suspended

    An inspector and a head constable of the Central Crime Branch (CCB) have been suspended indefinitely for allegedly taking a bribe of Rs 35 lakh from a Jayanagar-based chit fund company.

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  • 10:21

    Locals celebrate as skywalk comes up along ORR

    The completion of a much-needed skywalk on the outerring road (ORR) in southeastern Bengaluru has become an occasion to celebrate for local residents. The skywalk, situated betweenAkmeHarmonyapartmentand Cloudnine Hospital,almost a year to build.

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  • 09:42

    Koramangala residents organise run to revive lake

    The residents conducted a 3K run called 'WakeThe Lake' on Sunday morning near the waterbody. According to the residents, the purpose of the run is to rejuvenate thelake through a dedicated trust.

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  • 09:28

    Bengaluru gears up for Sankranti

  • 09:17

    Weather at 9 am: 17 degree Celsius, Mostly Sunny.

  • 08:22

    Techies siphon off crores, steal data from employers

    Two senior executives of an IT company were arrested for allegedly stealing data and diverting crores belonging to their employer to set up their own firm.


  • 08:16

    E-City flyover shut from Jan 14 midnight

    The Hosur Road flyover will be shut for buses from both directions as authorities who finished the maintenance work on the left-hand side (from Silk Board to Electronics City) are set to begin work on the opposite direction from Monday night.


  • 08:13

    Government’s apathy is pushing HAL to the brink

    Saturday, June 17, 1961, is no ordinary day in the history of Bengaluru and Indian aeronautics. The day has gone down in the annals of history as the day when Asia’s first jet fighter -- HAL HF-24 Marut – conducted its maiden flight.