Bengaluru News- November 23, 2018

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  • 18:53

    Medha Patkar slammed the central and state governments for not standing up for the farmers and fulfilling their promises.

  • 18:26

    How to make Lalbagh a walkers' paradise?

    An interactive platform brought to you by Deccan Herald and Prajavani to voice your grievances.
    The most relevant issues will be taken up at the event.
    Meet us on Sunday, November 25

    Venue: Behind Glasshouse, Lalbagh
    Time: 7.30 am-8.30 am (Registration starts from 6.30 am onwards)

  • 18:03

    Famous for its Marvel, Star Wars and fantasy themes, this year’s edition of Comic-Con Bengaluru found itself in the news for all the wrong reasons.

  • 17:24

    Kadlekai Parishe at Kadu Malleswara temple

  • 17:18

  • 17:02

    Lung cancer turning into epidemic: Oncologists

    Smoking is the single biggest cause for lung cancer. Exposure to passive smoking is no exception.

    Read More

  • 15:59

  • 15:19

    JD(S) files complaint against "fake journalists"

    The JD(S) has lodged a complaint with the Cubbon Park police against 'fake journalists' who the party alleges are behind the recent protests staged by sugarcane farmers. The chief minister, reports stated, believes that a team of about 500 people are targeting him.

  • 15:18

    Former Union Railway Minister C. K. Jaffer Sharief rushed to hospital.

  • 14:48

    Rain around Mysuru Road

    Moderate rain reported in and around Vijayanagar, Attiguppe, Chandra Layout and surrounding areas

  • 14:35

    19th edition of ‘Kala Nadam’

    Nadam presents the 19th edition of ‘Kala Nadam’ onNovember 23, 24 and 25 from6 pm to 8 pm at ADA Rangamandira,JC Road. Padmashri Madhavi Mudgal is one of the many performers.

  • 14:27

    Carnatic rock

    ‘Agam’ fuses Carnatic music with western styles and will perform today at the Skydeck, near Whitefield, 9 pm onwards.

  • 14:21

    PU Board lifts ban on laptop, retains ban on mobile phones

    After coming under sharp criticism from students, the PU board has lifted the ban on laptops.

    In an old circular, thedepartment had imposed a ban on mobile phones and laptops, while the revised circular says ban on mobile phones has been retained.

  • 14:16

    Weather update

  • 13:09

    Play with a Danish connect this weekend

    Bangalore Little Theatre’s adaptation of ‘A Bellyful of Paradise’ will be presented in association with the Indian Cancer Society and Deccan Herald on November 24 and 25at Alliance Francaise, November 30 and December 1 and 2 at Jagriti and at MLR JP Nagar on December 7, apart from school shows.

  • 12:52

    Special voter registration drive in Bengaluru

    Get your voter ID cards now, from thenearest polling station in Bengaluru as part of the three-day ‘Special Voter Register campaign’ organised by the Election Commission of India along with the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike.

    Read more

  • 12:42

    G Parameshwara caught the staff by surprise when he extended Rs 2,000 for the breakfast token worth Rs 10 at Indira Canteen.

  • 12:06

    Belly dance festival

    Tarantismo Creative Dance Company is presenting the ninth edition of Footlights till November 25 at Radisson Blu Atria, No 1, Palace Road, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar.

  • 11:10

    Weather update

    It's still cloudy outside accompanied by a slight drizzle

    ALSO READ:Gear up for cloudy weather for the next 2 days: IMD

  • 10:53

    Dy CM conducts surprise inspection.

    Karnataka Deputy ChiefMinisterG Parameshwara conducts asurprise inspection of Indira Canteen kitchens and libraries in BBMP limits. BBMP Mayor Gangambike Mallikarjunand CommissionerManjunath Prasad, IAS , are also seen.

  • 10:46

    Property owners up against BBMP's proposed tax hike

  • 10:42

    Deccan Herald editorial on property tax hike plan.

    Instead of targeting the honest taxpayer, the corporation should mop up resources by bringing defaulters to book and by collecting arrears amounting to crores of rupees from them. Citizens cannot be expected to subsidise BBMP’s incompetence forever.

    Read more here.

  • 10:29

    Gear up for cloudy weather for the next 2 days: IMD

    The city will witness cold and cloudy weather for the next two days due to the low-pressure area over Tamil Nadu and surrounding areas, an IMD forecast said. Read more

  • 10:25

    The Braille Resource Centre at Bangalore Central University (BCU) has formed a scribe community– a set of sighted volunteers who would lend a hand for the students to write their exams.

    Finding scribes, who take down answers dictated by the visually challenged students during exams, has been arduous for many students, who depend on friends and NGOs for a volunteer. Read more

  • 10:24

    Railways to green flag two crucial suburban rail projects

  • 09:50

    More six-car coaches in Namma Metro

  • 08:58

    Kadalekai Parishe at Malleswaram

    Malleswaram will host its own 'Kadalekai Parishe' (groundnut festival) beginning today till Monday. Over 300 stalls have already come up at the Kadu MalleswaraBayalu Ranga Mandira and surrounding lanes.

  • 08:31

    Fuel prices today

    Petrol will cost Rs76.17 per litre and Diesel Rs 70.93 per litre today

  • 08:15

    Power supply in some parts of the city will be affected.

  • 08:14

    The theme for Bengaluru ByDesign fest is 'Transform the city of Bengaluru'.

  • 08:01

    Bengaluru weather forecast

  • 07:54

    Good morning Bengaluru!

    Early morning drizzle in some parts of Bengaluru.