BENGALURU NEWS - Nov 10, 2018

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  • 17:13

    Ponzi case: G Janardhana Reddy appears before police for questioning

  • 14:03

    Dishes from a 400-year-old book served at Le Jardin

    The Oberoi Bengaluru is hosting Rivaayat-e-Patiala, a food festival, hosted by Chef Parvinder Singh Bali from Oberoi Centre for Learning and Development.

    While on a mission to rediscover his roots in Punjab, he met and interacted with many eminent members of the Royal family of Patiala. He was gifted a 400-year-old recipe book that had stories and rare dishes that were prepared in the royal kitchens.

    The festival is on till November 15 for lunch and dinner at Le Jardin. It’s a buffet style menu that is priced at Rs 1,875 (exclusive of taxes) per person.

  • 13:10

    Citizens from various states and students protest against the proposed elevated corridor through Bandipur National Park

    The burgeoning protests against the proposed elevated corridor by the centre cutting through Bandipur Tiger Reserve gained momentum with hundreds of school and college children, citizens from Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala staging a massive silent protest at the Freedom Park.

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  • 10:41

    People for Kodagu

    'Kodagigagi Rangasapthaha’, a music and theatre festival organised by ‘People for People’ for Kodagu relief is set to commence on November 11 and is on till November 16.


    Formerly known as ‘People for Kodagu’, the organisation, after setting up camps and helping people during the flood, aims to revive the place. The objective of the festival is to raise funds for the flood-hit Kodagu district and reconstruct the infrastructure.

    The festival will take place at Kalagrama, Mallathahalli, Jnana Bharathi. Tickets are available on bookmyshow.com.

  • 10:37

    What to do at a Bengaluru traffic jam

    Stuck in one of Bengaluru's infamous traffic jams? Fret not, Metrolife has a few ideas on how you can pass the time while you wait for your turn to leave the deadlock.

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  • 10:13

    Makkala Habba in Cubbon Park

    Makkala Habba, a festival for children, is on at Cubbon Park and Bal Bhavan, today and tomorrow. It is being organised by theDepartment of Women and Child Development, Government of Karnataka. Entry is free of charge.

  • 09:07

    Weather at 9: 23 degrees on the mercury with 69% humidity

  • 08:43

    Bengaluru Police launch marathon against drug abuse

    The Bengaluru City Police has launched a marathon against the menace of drug abuse among the youth in the city.

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