BENGALURU NEWS - 30 NOV 2018

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  • 18:12

    Lalbagh walkers discuss civic issues at Janaspandana

  • 17:56

  • 17:31

    Samudhaya stages the 100th show of ‘Pampa Bharatha’ on December 2 at 7 pm at Ravindra Kalakshetra, JC Road. It is a part of ‘Rangotsava’, a three-day theatre festival (December 2 to 4).

    A workshop on the poetic composition of Pampa Bharatha and drama will also be held between 10.30 am and 5 pm.

  • 16:49

    Govt forms panels to clean air, rivers in 6 months

    Facing wrath of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) over rising levels of pollutants in air and rampant pollution of rivers across Karnataka, the state government has woken up to the alarming threat and constituted two high-level committees to cleanse air and rivers and make them fit for humans in the next six months.

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  • 14:30

    Hindustani music concert

    Sangeet Sadhana Foundation presents a live concert by Begum Parveen Sultana on November 30 at 6.30 pm at Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Malleswaram.

  • 14:02

    Public transport not convenient enough

    Bengaluru has 79 lakh vehicles plying on roads that can take only 15 lakh vehicles, according to M N Sreehari, traffic advisor to the Karnataka government. Read more

  • 12:36

    Four girls of EuroSchool Whitefield, Bengaluru of class 7 - Uditi Mourya, Treya Moodithaya, Nikkita Rosalyn and Nityasree Pola have published their first book ‘The Chronicles of Wizardry’.

    These girls got inspired by reading the Harry Potter series. The book is about a boy called Jason, who discovers that he is blessed with magical powers and the challenges he faces in the School of Wizardry. Read more

  • 12:08

    De-jamming Bengaluru roads: The sustainable way out

    Join DH and Citizens for Civic Amenities on December 1 at the Chancery Pavilion for a discussion on the city's traffic woes.

    Click on the link to register:

    https://www.deccanherald.com/bengaluru-traffic-event.html

  • 11:33

    Govt forms panels to clean air and rivers in six months

    Facing wrath of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) over rising levels of pollutants in air and rampant pollution of rivers across Karnataka, the state government has woken up to the alarming threat and constituted two high-level committees to cleanse air and rivers and make them fit for humans in the next six months. Read more

  • 10:50

    Teachers paid less: oppn leaders slam BBMP

    The opposition party leaders came down heavily on BBMP’s Roshini project saying that it was unfortunate for the Palike school teachers to be paid less than sanitation workers. Read more

  • 10:47

    Owing to corporator V Elumalai’s critical health condition due to medical negligence by a private hospital, the fellow corporators urged the mayor to conduct a probe, and initiate legal actions against the offenders.

    During the council meeting on Thursday, the corporators expressed malaise about Elumalai’s health.

    Elumalai,the corporator of Sagayapuram, who went to get a small abscess removed from his nose, slipped into a coma after an alleged medical negligence. Read more

  • 10:18

    The wrongful detention of 32 nurses at the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) bound to Armenia for study purpose has taken a twist.

    It has now transpired that a man who runs a foreign language learning institute in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, connived with two staffers of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) in Bengaluru and created problem to Tony Tom over business rivalry. Read more

  • 10:14

    Residents associated with the Bellandur Lake have created a Facebook page to engage with people and keep them abreast of events and projects.

    On Thursday, the Bellandur Lake Development Group and Citizen Watch Group created the Save Bellandur Kere page to provide a timeline of all events, give visitors a gist of what happened so far and the current activity at the lake. Read more

  • 10:11

    Forest Dept says no to IIMB construction near Ragihalli

    The Karnataka Forest Department has denied permission to the Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru (IIMB) to go ahead with a construction project on a patch of Gomala land adjoining the Bannerghatta National Park (BNP). Read more

  • 10:04

    Panathur residents urge mayor to expedite pending works

    They even tried the hunger strike to drawBBMP’sattention, but having exhausted all options, Panathur residents have now turned to the mayor to solve the civic issues. Read more

  • 09:45

    In the wake of the #MeToo movement, nearly 80% of men have now become overly cautious in their interactions with women colleagues, a study across Bengaluru and four other metros nationwide has found.

    Conducted by market research and analysis firm Velocity MR, the study was based on interactions with 2,569 respondents in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Chennai. The objective was clear: To understand the concerns and viewpoints of urban Indians on the #MeToo campaign. Read more

  • 09:15

    2.0: Cinema halls like Urvashi, Poornima, Savitha, Rex and others were unusually quiet this time, as Rajini fans kept the celebrations low key following the death of Karnataka’s Rebel Star Ambareesh.

  • 09:10

    The elevated corridors will be designed for vehicles to move at 50-80 kmph promising a 45-minute ride anywhere in the Bengaluru.

  • 08:50

    Citizens will not have to pay a toll to use the elevated corridors once they are ready, Kumaraswamy clarified.

  • 08:45

    Bengaluru weather