BENGALURU LIVE- March 13, 2019

Hello Bengaluru, follow what's happening in the city - where to go, what to do and all that matters - on deccanherald.com, throughout the day.
  • 12:28

    Bengaluru is India’s most forgetful city

    Doctors attribute the absent-mindedness to stress, mental illness, phone addiction and lack of sleep

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  • 10:33

    Catch Siddaramaiah in conversation with DH at 5 pm today

  • 12:20

    Poll code: 'Hand of fate' haunts Mandya palmist

    The model code of conduct, which kicked in with the announcement of the Lok Sabha elections, has had a rather strange effect on the board outside the of Kanakadurga Jyothishya Mandira in Ashok Nagar of the city, run by Sathyanarayana Shastry.

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  • 12:01

    Farmers and land-losers protest outside BDA office

    Around 100 farmers and land-losers are staging a protest against theBangalore Development Authorityand theKarnataka Government over the lethargic attitude and unconditional delay on the formation oftheShivaram KaranthLayout andPeripheralRingRoad.

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  • 11:30

    Nitin Gadkari on why the 3 C's of politics won't work

    Today we present Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Shipping and Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation Nitin Gadkari in conversation withSitaraman Shankar, editor ofDeccan Herald.

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  • 10:21

    Leopard safari in Bannerghatta soon

    After prolonged deliberations, a proposal for aleopardsafariat theBannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) is taking shape.

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  • 10:20

    Schools must teach kids gender sensitivity

    Starting from the coming academic year, the onus will be on schools to sensitise children about sexual exploitation, teach them techniques of detecting such moves and inculcate gender sensitivity.

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  • 10:18

    Women say public transport unsafe

    Womenwho responded to a survey saidpublictransport has not been safe, reliable and affordable for them.

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  • 10:16

    Immigration officials uncover major foreign job racket

    Immigration officials believe to have stumbled on a racket that aided Indians to get employed overseas by illegal means.

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  • 10:15

    BBMP should implement RTE before Roshni

    BBMP schools lackbasic facilitiesbut are slated to go'smart'under the Roshni project in association with Microsoft

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  • 09:32

    BJP, Cong fight social media abuse

    Scores of Facebook and Twitter accounts in Karnataka have been suspended as the BJP and the Congress are cracking down on abuse and hoax being spread against their leaders on these platforms in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections.

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  • 09:31

    The girl who plotted a gangster’s end

    The investigation into the murder of Bengaluru’s richest gangster, Lakshmana, 45, took a new twist with the arrest of a 21-year-old girl, Varshini, who also happens to be a post-graduate student in the UK’s Cambridge University.

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  • 09:31

    Lovers main suspects in gangster Lakshmana's murder

    The Central Crime Branch (CCB) police arrested six accused, including a 21-year-old girl, on Monday afternoon in connection with the murder of gangster Lakshmana, who was hacked to death in broad daylight on March 7 in Mahalakshmi Layout.

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  • 09:30

    Elevated Corridor: Jayamahal Road canopy to be history

    The Jayamahal Road stretch from Mehkri Circle to the Cantonment station is one of Bengaluru’s greenest, tree-lined streets. But the North-SouthElevatedCorridorfrom Hebbal to Silk Board threatens to grey the entire stretch, affecting as many as 356 trees.


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  • 09:28

    Heavy traffic on most arterial roads

  • 09:28

    Weather at 9 am: 27 degree Celsius