Bengaluru Live - March 16, 2019

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  • 13:10

    Queen’s Rd, Kasturba Rd part of Cubbon Park boundary

    A July 1998 government notification that earmarked Queen’s Road and Kasturba Road as part of Cubbon Park boundary has given a new dimension to the elevated corridor debate: the trees that the project intends to remove are on the median of these roads, falling right inside the park boundary.


  • 13:09

    IISc introduces e-rickshaw service on campus

    In an effort to promote green activities on its sprawling 350-acre campus in the heart of Bengaluru, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) would introduce e-rickshaws.


  • 11:10

    Protest against proposed elevated corridor in Bengaluru is underway

  • 09:31

    BBMP to rein in pvt water tankers with trade licences

    The BBMP has decided to make trade licenses compulsory for private water tankers in the wake of complaints about tanker owners charging hefty prices during summer.


  • 09:30

    BWSSB connection? Not interested, say residents

    There are many who think Bengaluru Water Supply and Sewerage (BWSSB) services are indispensable for living in the city. But people of 110 villages newly added to the BBMP beg to differ.


  • 09:30

    Contaminated groundwater could be destroying kidneys

    Next time youdrinka glass of water, remember this: The city’s groundwater is filled with deadly chemicals and radioactive metals. When used for drinking water purposes, contaminated water can lead to a host of health problems.


  • 09:29

    Sumalatha targets JD(S) on social media

    Sumalatha Ambareesh, wife of the late actor-turned-politician M H Ambareesh, took to social media to comment against JD(S) leaders and also thanked Congress leader N Cheluvarayaswamy for his cooperation.


  • 09:28

    Normal traffic all over the city

  • 09:23

    Weather at 9 am: 26 degree Celsius