BENGALURU LIVE- December 13, 2018

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  • 20:03

      Kathak recital

    Nruthya Bhanu will be held on December 14, 6.30 pm onwards, at Kappanna Angala, JP Nagar. The kathak duo Roopa and Keerthi Kumar will be performing.

  • 19:46

    ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ movie review

    Spider-man has enjoyed the love of cinema audiences since the early 2000s. The character continues to inhabit a unique space in people’s minds that’s been aided by his integration into the beloved Marvel Cinematic Universe, as anyone who’s seenAvengers: Infinity WarorCaptain America: Civil Warcan attest. Read more

  • 19:36

     Subramanya Swamy silver chariot festival on the occasion of Subrahmanya Sashti

    Subramanya Swamy silver chariot festival on the occasion of Subrahmanya Sashti at Subramanya swamy temple, Sajjanrao circle, VV Puram inBengaluruon Thursday. DH Photo by S K Dinesh

  • 19:26

    Mysuru-Bengaluru highway turns into a fair, as part of Shasti festival, on Thursday.

  • 19:03

    Update- Three people were killed and five were injured after iron racks collapsed onto staff at Holisol Warehouse Logistic Pvt. Ltd. in Seegehalli, Whitefield, on Thursday.

    The deceased have been identified as Farooq, a resident of Koralur near Kadugodi, Subhash and Janan Darshan, who are both from Odisha. Read more

  • 18:35

    Christmas flea market

    Sampoorn presents ‘Soul Flea – Christmas edition’ on December 16 from 11 am to 9 pm at Jayamahal Palace Hotel, Jayamahal Road.

  • 18:07

    Jazz and funk

    Band ‘bconnected’ will perform on December 14 and 15 from 9.30 pm to 11.30 pm at Windmills Craftworks, Whitefield.

  • 17:47

    Classical concert series

    The Temple of Fine Arts presents ‘Yati Gati’ featuring Chitra Poornima Satish on December 16 from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm at Atta Galatta, Koramangala.

  • 17:33

    Five people were stuck under a rack after it collapsed at Holisol Warehouse Logistic Pvt Ltd in Seegehalli Whitefield on Thursday afternoon.

    Fire and emergency officials rushed to the spot and managed to rescue two men. They continue to hunt for three others. Read more

  • 17:23

    Karnataka SSLC timetable announced

  • 17:06

    A specialised cab service to help the disabled get around the city is becoming popular, while BMTC and KSRTC are also doing their bit by providing free passes for the visually impaired.

    Uber launched its UberAccess and UberAssist as a pilot in October last year, in collaboration with Mphasis, an IT solutions provider. It pressed into service vans to help senior citizens and riders with special accessibility needs. Read more

  • 16:50

    Gastric bloat, known medically as gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV), is a problem that afflicts bigger pet dogs, and can be fatal.

    Early detection is important because 50 per cent of dogs with the condition die if treatment is delayed. Veterinarians Metrolife spoke to said they see 18 to 20 cases in a year. Read more

  • 16:41

    Sufi music festival

    Banyan Tree presents the eighteenth edition of its all India Sufi and mystic music festival, Ruhaniyat, on December 15, 6.15 pm onwards, at Jayamahal Palace Hotel, Jayamahal Road. Sindhi Saraiki, Nandesh Umap and group are a few among the many performers.

  • 16:34

    Dhrupad concert

    The Festival of Ancient Music featuring a Dhrupad concert is on December 14 at 7.30 pm at Atta Galatta, Koramangala. Rudraveena player Murali Mohana Gowda is one among the performers.

  • 16:14

    Tech-savvy citizens are using WhatsApp groups to address civic problems and often to get officials to attend to them.

    Hundreds of groups are active and are reporting considerable success. Nithya Reddy, president of the Resident Welfare Association of Richmond Town and Langford Town, says groups are created to address specific problems.

    Metrolife spoke to some groups to understand how they work. Read more

  • 16:02

    Bengaluru-based ‘Layatharanga’ contemporary classical ensembles, marks 20 years of its existence this year. 

    One of the most prominent contemporary classical ensembles, Bengaluru-based ‘Layatharanga’ marks 20 years of its existence this year.They are celebrating it with a special concert at Chowdiah Memorial Hall today. Read more

  • 15:50

    20I7 raids: IT officials to question Sasikala in Parappana Agrahara prison

    A team of Income Tax officials from Chennai is questioning AIADMK leader V K Sasikala at Parappana Agrahara prison in connection with November 2017 raids at Poes Garden in Chennai, the residence of former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J Jayalalithaa. Read more

  • 15:40

    Annual Lego Tower Building contest will see the final round this weekend

    The finals of ‘Landmark’s Annual Lego Tower Building’ is on December 16 from 5 pm to 9 pm at Landmark Store, Forum Mall and Orion Mall.

  • 15:33

    Now, Peripheral Ring Road has a 'concrete' plan

    The white-topping of city roads may now extend to the Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) as well, notwithstanding the brewing criticism. Read more

  • 13:04
  • 12:53

    Movie review: Aquaman

    Horror veteran James Wan breathes new life into the troubled DC Extended Universe with a character-driven coming-of-age story with a side of bombastic action. A worthy inclusion into your weekend movie plans.

    Read more

  • 12:50
  • 12:36

    The Lok Sabha on Thursday mourned the demise of Karnataka's "Rebel Star" Ambareesh.

  • 11:55
  • 11:40

    A fest to celebrate 15 years of interactive drama

    Fifteen summers ago, a bunch of theatre buffs broke the traditional mould to carve out a different path: interactive, improvisational theatre, a dramatic innovation that would eventually challenge the scripted form and strike its roots deep in Bengaluru.

    Read more here.

  • 11:33
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  • 11:04

    RCB fans may take offence!

  • 10:39

    Bengaluru Lakes: movie screening and discussions on Saturday

  • 10:15
  • 10:08

    Veteran JD(S) leader Basavaraj Horatti turned against the Congress-JD(S) coalition on Wednesday as he launched a scathing attack on Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy who, he said, has become “the Congress rubber stamp”. 

  • 10:07

    Trash strewn at Mandur will be incinerated: Parameshwara

  • 10:05
  • 09:59

    Over 21% of kids Bengaluru schools are either obese or overweight

  • 09:37
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  • 08:13

    The white-topping of city roads may now extend to the Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) as well, notwithstanding the brewing criticism. 

  • 08:11

    However, the service from MG Road to Baiyappanahalli resumed at 7.10 am on Thursday.

  • 08:10

    They haven't reset the LED displays!

  • 08:08

    The issue with Metro services continued till 7 am on Wednesday

  • 08:07

    Weather at 8 am: 19 degree Celsius, Fog

  • 08:02

    Good morning Bengaluru!