Bengaluru News- December 3, 2018

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  • 16:44

    Slow movements of vehicles on various roads in the city

  • 14:45

    Environmental take

    An exhibition featuringartist Humera Ali’s paintings on the conservation of the environment from December 4 to 9 at
    Karnataka Chithrakala Parishath, Kumara Krupa Road.

  • 14:20

    Hard Rock Cafe meat festival from Dec1 - 31, 2018

    Hard Rock Cafe hosts ‘Roc- B – Que’, a carnival of fiery BBQ, grills and unique LIIT’s, starting from December 1 till the end of the month.

    The festival offers meat lovers a variety of dishes ranging from Charred Hawaiian skewers to 7-spice Alfaham Arabic Grilled Chicken skewers to Sticky Texas Wings.

    Every offering on the menu is paired with a complementing LIIT.

  • 13:20

    Bengaluru India Nano 2018

    "The decennial edition of'Bengaluru India Nano 2018'will be held from 5th -7th, December 2018 at The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru.

    This year's theme is'Nano for a Better World'.It offers an unparalleled opportunity for business networking and for knowledge sharing in the exciting field of Nanotechnology and it has now evolved as the leading and most sought-after International Nanotech event in India. Bengaluru INDIA NANO is today on the radar of many countries for connecting with who's who of Indian Nanotech fraternity."

    The event is organised by Department of Information Technology, Biotechnology and Science & Technology, Government of Karnataka in association with Karnataka's Vision Group on Nanotechnology, "as a part of the efforts towards fostering a business environment for the development of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Industry in India."

    Visit their website.

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  • 11:57

    Kadalekayi Parishe at Basavangudi.

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  • 11:18

    Ramya vacates Mandya house.

    Bengaluru based Congress leader and former MPRamya's house in Mandya has been vacated on Sunday night.

    Read more here.

  • 10:39

    14th World Congress of Bioethics begins in Bengaluru today. Is this Conference for you? Check out their explainer video.

  • 10:31

    BMTC's shuttle services in KIA may stop soon

    The BMTC may stop its shuttle services within the Kempegowda International Airport (to ferry passengers from the boarding gates to the aircraft) as IndiGo, the only airliner which uses the service has now decided to stop it citing stringent security criteria to obtain entry permits for the drivers, reports the New Indian Express.

  • 10:23

    'Village Carnival' at JF Resorts

    "Spot Exotic Birds, Take a Plantation Tour and Make some Clay pots, with some Tasty Sattvic Food, all in a day's job at a pristine farm setting away from the hectic city life of Bangalore." A 'Village Carnival' atJF Resorts, Basavangudi from tomorrow onwards.

  • 10:03

    Rejuvenated Hebbagodi lake in Limca Book of Records

    Hebbagodi lake, once covered with sludge, weedsand plastic waste, has made it to the Limca Book of Records for having India's largest floating island, reports Times of India.

    Biocon Foundation hasbio-rejuvenated the 35-acre lake in southern Bengaluru, leading to an improvement in the water quality and the return of flora and fauna. The project was launched following approvals from the Karnataka Lake Conservation and Development Authority (KLCDA) and other government bodies.

    Read the story of the 'second life' ofHebbagodi lake.

  • 09:48
  • 09:25

    Soon, Namma Metro from 7 am onwards on Sundays

    To end the woes of early travellers in the city on Sundays, Namma Metro is now considering a change on their timings. Soon, the operations will begin at 7.00 am, and after a few months, at 6.00 am, BMRCL MD Ajay Seth told Times of India.

    Currently, the metro service starts at 8.00 am on Sundays.

  • 09:14

    Know about BMTC buses for tech guys?

    In a bid to take at least a few thousand cars off the road, BMTC had introduced a dedicated transport service for employees of tech parks long ago. A senior BMTC official says that the service was launched as far back as 1997 (on the day when BMTC was born) but the numbers have been picking up in recent times.

    Read more here.

  • 08:45

    Owls and elections.

    Owls from Karnataka is being smuggled to the election-bound Telangana, reports Times of India. Poachers sell owls to politicians to 'help them to bring misfortuneto the rivals', the report says.

  • 08:42

    700 families evicted from East Bengaluru’s labour sheds

  • 08:13

    Give 145 cr or transfer Hebbal flyover to BBMP: BDA

  • 08:10

    Weather at 9 am: 19 degree Celsius, partly cloudy

  • 08:03

    Good morning Bengaluru!