BENGALURU NEWS - 29 NOV 2018

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  • 16:12

    Bengaluru Tech Summit 2018: Technology is bedrock of state investment, says H D Kumaraswamy

  • 14:27

    PIL seeks public entry to Gandhi memorial in Hotel Lalit Ashok

    A public interest litigation has been filed in the high court challenging restrictions on the public from visiting the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial within Hotel Lalit Ashok premises.

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  • 14:14

    Weather at 2: 31% precipitation and 26 degrees on the mercury.

  • 14:11

    France to double intake of Indian students, visas: Ziegler

    Getting a student visa to the United States is pretty tough, and a British degree is getting hyper-expensive. France now wants to fill that gap, pitching to increase student numbers from the 10,000 projected for next year. Read more

  • 14:09

    An unrest is brewing among the artists against the state government's decision to demolish the iconic Venkatappa Art Gallery on Kasturba Road, in the heart of Bengaluru.

    Under the banner of the Venkatappa Art Gallery Forum,a large number ofartists on Wednesday registered their protest against state government's decision. Read More

  • 12:47

    KJ George at Bengaluru Tech Summit

  • 12:29

    Rajinikanth's 2.0 release a low key affair in Bengaluru

    Urvashi, Poornima, Savitha, Rex and other theatres, which usually witness huge crowds whenever superstar Rajinikanth films are released, wore a deserted look on Thursday.

    Though the much anticipated multilingual film 2.0 starring Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar hit screens today, Rajini fans decided to keep the celebration a low key affair, following the demise of Kannada actor 'Rebel star' Ambareesh. Read more

  • 12:10

    Police personal took Vatal Nagaraj in custody

  • 12:03

    Vatal Nagaraj arrives with pro-Kannada activists at Urvashi theatre to protest against Rajnikanth starrer movie 2.0

  • 11:09

      Kumar Banerjee has this to say about pavements in Bengaluru. #BengaluruNews

  • 10:45

    Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy inaugurates Bengaluru Tech Summit 2018.

    Karnataka chief minister H D Kumaraswamy on Thursday inaugurated Bengaluru Tech Summit 2018. The 21st annual tech summit has participants from Israel, France, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, Finland, Netherlands and Sweden among many others.

    The three-day event will be attended by global tech captains, futurists and innovators showcasing their tech prowess.

    The event is organised by the Department of Information Technology and Biotechnology and Government of Karnataka in association with STPI and supported by Nasscom, IESA, TIE etc

  • 09:24

    The city’s upscale areas have been consuming eight times more water than other localities, according to an ongoing study by Bengaluru-based Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC).

    Contrary to the cap of 135 litres per person per day prescribed by the Union Urban Development ministry, according to the study, areas likeKoramangala, Yelahanka Satellite Town, Sarakki, Gandhinagar, Halasuru and Shantalanagar have emerged as the top localities in per capita water consumption for domestic needs while localities such as Gottigere, Thanisandra and Kadugodi consume much less. Read more

  • 09:21

    The Urban Development Department believes 135 litres of water per person a day is an acceptable limit for water consumption. But Bengaluru residents are consuming a much higher volume of water daily.

    Individual consumption in several areas in the city has been averaging over 200litres. Experts attribute proximity to the storage area, better access and economic strataas factors influencing water consumption. Read more

  • 08:40

    BBMP temp teachers get less salary than 'pourakarmikas'

    At a time when the BBMP is planning to develop and modernise corporation schools under the ‘Roshni’ project, the teachers, whose services are outsourced, are getting less salary when compared with ‘pourakarmikas’. Read more

  • 08:25

    Bengaluru weather