Bengaluru News - Nov 17, 2018

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  • 18:28

    DH gives an insight into the alarming rise in air pollution levels across the country. Watch to know more.

  • 16:18

  • 12:06

    Jayanagar residents complain about rising thefts and harassment of women.

  • 10:23

    Krishi Mela highlights unique products to help farmers

    Krishi Mela, the annual farming expo now on in Bengaluru, features many innovations. The University of Agricultural Sciences is hosting the four-day mela at the Gandhi Krishi Vijnana Kendra campus, Hebbal. The mela ends on Monday, November 18. Read more

  • 10:14

    Installing skimming device in ATM kiosk; African caught

    An alert e-surveillance team of a private security firm helped the city police nab an African national while he was attempting to fix a skimmer at an ATM kiosk in Rajajinagar onFriday.

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  • 09:44

    E-vehicle charging station at Vidhana Soudha launched

    Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Friday said the government will soon roll out many incentive schemes and offers encouraging people to buy electric vehicles and will also install more charging stations.

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  • 09:22

    Now, fire engulfs buffer zone of Bellandur Lake

    Days after the BBMP appointed marshals to fight the massive fire at Bellandur lake, the buffer zone of the lake caught fire on Friday.

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  • 08:59

    Meet the prodigy who authored a novel aged 8

    At a time when many children of her age struggle to grip a heavy book, Shriyadita Rao possessed the imagination and the necessary language skills to author a book.

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  • 08:20

    Indira Canteens to serve 'hot' beverages

    Buoyed by the success of Indira Canteens that sold subsidised tiffin and meals to the citizens, the BBMP in assistance with the state government has gone a step ahead and decided to serve beverages like coffee and tea.

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  • 08:06

    Despite BBMP crackdown, 5 offices open for business

    Despite the BBMP shutting down offices functioning illegally in eight buildings behind the BDA complex in Koramangala, five offices located in a single building resumed work on Thursday.

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