Bengaluru News - Nov 14, 2018

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  • 12:31

    Two young batsmen have shown great character under pressure for Karnataka

    Centuries from B R Sharath and D Nischal help Karnataka take first innings lead against Vidarbha. Karnataka recover from 87/4 against the defending champions. @DeccanHerald @RanjiKarnataka @KSCA #RanjiTrophy #Karnataka #Cricket #vidarbha

    — Vivek Mysore (@mysorevivekmv) November 14, 2018

  • 11:00

    Four girl students were injured, three of them seriously, when the lift they were in collapsed after its cable snapped at a service apartment in Fraser Town on Sunday.

  • 09:56

    Bengaluru brothel keeps one step ahead of authorities

    An adolescent girl, pushed into flesh trade at a brothel in the city, managed to run away with the help of a non-governmental organisation last year. She is certain that there are many more young girls like her there.The authorities want to crack down on the brothel and rescue the girls. But there is a catch. The rescued girl doesn’t know the location of the brothel although she is from the city. Read more

  • 09:51

    #MeToo: Sruthi Hariharan moves HC to get FIR quashed

  • 09:23

    Child actors make a mark in films

    Karthik Saragur’s‘Jeerjimbe’ is set to hit the theatres on November 16. ‘Jeerjimbe’, shedding light on social issues like child marriage, narrates the story of a 13-year-old girl. Actor Siri Vanalli features as the lead role. Read more

  • 08:47

    The city police have arrested a Mexican man for sexually harassing a woman at a Jewish prayer centre on Richmond road and punching a cop who went to inquire the incident.

  • 08:38

    Bannerghatta National Park has been getting a lot of focus after the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change recently reduced its eco-sensitive zone from 268.96 sqkm to 168.84 sqkm.

  • 08:28

    'Gaja' effect: Two-days of rain expected in Bengaluru

    Bengaluru and adjoining districts are likely to receive light to moderate rainfall on Thursday and Friday due to the cyclonic storm ‘Gaja’. Read more

  • 08:21

    Bengaluru weather- Cyclone warning