Bengaluru News- December 05, 2018

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  • 17:25

    A 24-year-old research scholar was killed while three others sustained injuries, two of them grievously at the Tata Institute at the Indian Institute of Science in Sadashivanagar on Wednesday afternoon.

    The deceased has been identified as Manoj Kumar, and all four victims including the three injured were a part of a start-up company Super-Wave Technology, fire officials said. Read more

  • 17:01

    Stage set for 10th edition of Bengaluru India Nano

    The theme of the three day event is 'Nano for Better World'

  • 15:17
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  • 12:47

    Fear of attack may have forced Ramya to vacate house

    Actor Ramya, the social media head of the All India Congress Committee, has vacated the house she had rented in Mandya, fearing an attack on the house, it is now said.

    Read more here.

  • 12:36
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  • 12:16

    B Bhadregowda from JD(S) has been unanimously elected as Deputy Mayor of BBMP on Wednesday.

  • 12:11
  • 11:20

    Chaos at Doddakanelli -Kadubesnahalli road

  • 10:51

    It has been 2 hours since @nirmalkf tweeted about the traffic block at AET Junction. Situations hasn't changed much!

  • 10:27
  • 10:18

    Chippi – The Chipkali- a play for the kids at Ranga Shankara

    A play based on an Indian folk story. Directed byGertrude Tröbinger. Grab your tickets from bookmyshow.com

  • 10:05
  • 10:04

    Google Cloud On Board begins

  • 09:32
  • 09:22

    The cases pertained to denotification of land acquired by the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA)

  • 08:27

    Infosys Foundation to spend Rs 75 lakh to renovate Nandi Hills

    "Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm ofInfosys, announced that it has undertaken various renovation initiatives at Nandi Hills, a major tourism spot in Karnataka. To this end, the Foundation has invested INR 75 lakhs for the construction of new pathways and stone steps.

    Infosys Foundation’s restoration project involved the reconstruction of the pathways and steps that lead to the birth place of the Arkavati river, which originates in the lap of Nandi Hills. Also, some of the damaged walls near Tipu’s Drop were renovated and beautified," the press release said.

  • 08:21
  • 08:09

    Bengaluru weather at 8.00 am: 20 degree Celsius, partly cloudy

  • 08:04

    Moderate rain lashes on parts of the city on Tuesday night

  • 08:01

    Good morning Bengaluru!