BENGALURU LIVE - March 20, 2019

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  • 11:15

    Commuters see the ‘hole’ truth in Bommanahalli

    Damage to a manhole near St John’s Hospital signal in Bommanahalli Main Roadupsetcommuters on Tuesday afternoon as buses were diverted from regular stops.

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  • 11:14

    HDK meets activists, promises public consultation

    Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Tuesday agreed to hold a public consultation on the elevated corridor and mobility issues.

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  • 11:13

    200 garment workers protest over assault

    Nearly 200 women workers of a garment factory in Peenya protested against its general manager and his subordinates who assaulted their 36-year-old co-worker.

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  • 11:12

    Politician friend clears Pooja Gandhi's hotel bills

    It took a police complaint against Kannada actor Pooja Gandhi to force her politician friend to pay up pending hotel bills of Rs 3.5 lakh.

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  • 11:10

    Karnataka has sent only 17 names for PM-Kisan scheme

    Karnataka appears to be less cooperative in seeking benefits for its farmers from the PM-Kisan scheme under which the first instalment of Rs 2,000 each has been deposited in the bank accounts of over 2.7 crore farmers. The state has so far certified only 17 names for the scheme.

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  • 11:09

    Shah, HDK spar over Rahul event; file police complaints

    BJP national president Amit Shah and Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy locked horns on Tuesday over Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s event in Bengaluru where some pro-Modi techies were allegedly held by the police.

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  • 11:08

    LED, IPS or OLED – which TV to buy?

    LCD, TFT, IPS, LED, OLED, AMOLED – it is a confusing alphabet soup out there in the world of flat panel display technology.

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  • 11:08

    Once there was a sparrow

    Try as you might, you will be find it hard to come across sparrows in Bengaluru. Once ubiquitous, the little bird is yet to return to the city, thanks to reckless urbanisation.

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  • 11:06

    Mindtree's emotional bid to prevent hostile takeover

    The Bengaluru-based mid-tier IT services company Mindtree on Tuesday launched a last-ditch effort to prevent a hostile takeover by engineering behemoth Larsen & Toubro (L&T) by making an emotional appeal to key stakeholders.

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  • 11:05

    IIT alumni cheat hundreds of techies in Bengaluru

    Hundreds of engineers have been duped of more than Rs 20 crore by a real estate startup founded by three IIT Kanpur alumni.

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