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Bringing new tunes 24.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Get ready to hear GrapeGuitarBox’s latest original song at her weekend gig
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The new hotspot 24.3.2017 Hindu: Leisure
Kanakapura Road is emerging as a major hub of activity in South Bengaluru, with good connectivity and affordable land parcels. By Nandhini Sundar
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Over 3,000 trees being felled to widen NH 75 24.3.2017 Hindu: News
NHAI has taken up upgrading of the two-lane carriageway into four-lane
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World Water Day Reflections 21.3.2017 Hindu: Opinion
The U.N. General Assembly in 1993 designated March 22 as World Water Day and over the years as water resources are increasingly critically threatened and as acess to safe drinking water to greater numbers of people becomes a growing reality, this day has become a very important day and so too the themes chosen to motivate particularly policy makers and administrators dealing with critical resources such as water.
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Smart city: Civic projects, core areas among pitches 19.3.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
Selected projects include TenderSURE roads, 3D building mapping
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People's problems- Koramangala-Ejipura road full of potholes 19.3.2017 deccanherald.com
The stretch of road in front of the Regional Passport Office and the National Games Village in Koramangala is in a bad shape. Just a light rainfall turns this pothole-filled road into a bunker of water, inconveniencing pedestrians, motorcyclists and schoolchildren. Will the authorities take note and get the potholes filled? Rohit Joseph Dirty toilets in Chinnaswamy Stadium The toilets in the stadium are in a poor condition. During a recent visit, I found that the washbasins are dirty and the taps dry. Areas in and around the stadium need maintenance in terms of hygiene and cleaning. An ordinary ticket costs Rs 500 per day. It's high time the KSCA took care of spectators by providing them basic facilities like food and water at subsidised rates, clean toilets, and escalators or lifts for the disabled and senior citizens. G S Meenakshi 110/Y, 4th Main, 4th Phase, 7th Block, BSK 3rd Stage Park becomes dumping ground The park at 6th Cross in Victoria Layout (Shanthalanagar ward) has been in a deplorable ...
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‘Nilambur–Nanjangud railway line possible without disturbing wildlife’ 18.3.2017 Hindu: Home
We’ve given a proposal involving tunnel construction using TMBs: Sreedharan
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5 things that can reduce PM10 in Bengaluru 17.3.2017 Citizen Matters

It has been established that air pollution and traffic congestion, which are interrelated, are the major contributors to air pollution. Here's an overview of air pollution scene.

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Village near Kanakapura erupts in protests after suspected poacher is shot dead 17.3.2017 Hindu: National
He was murdered, claim village residents; carcasses of a deer and a porcupine, and a gun recovered
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No end to Nigerian's death mystery as Africans, cops stick to their guns 16.3.2017 Deccan Herald - News
The death of Nigerian national, Ifeanyi Madu alias Nwa Jesus, near Byrathi in eastern Bengaluru on March 13 has raised several questions in the minds of fellow Nigerians as well as Africans living in the city. While police insist that Madu, in his early 30s, died after falling from a speeding motorcycle, Africans suspect that he was "murdered in cold blood". An eyewitness, who does not want to be named, recalled seeing plain-clothes men and an African national get into fisticuffs that night. The African was then bundled into a police jeep. He punched the rear windscreen of the jeep and broke it. A 24-year-old Nigerian, who said he was riding the motorbike with Madu on the pillion, told DH that 40-50 cane-wielding men in plain clothes "accosted" their two-wheeler near Green Supermarket, off Byrathi Cross, around 10 pm. "There was no accident, I had just pulled in to allow other vehicles to pass. But the men surrounded us. I managed to run away by throwing a hollow brick at them but they pinned my friend ...
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Karnataka Budget 2017: Siddaramaiah's takes green cover to win war of perception 16.3.2017 ET: Policy
The govt has committed to spend Rs 5 cr to set up a foundation named after novelist Poornachandra Tejaswi and another Rs 5 crore on a Forest Information Centre near Bengaluru
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Karnataka set to add more green power in 2017-18 15.3.2017 Hindu: National
Karnataka’s energy sector appears to be going green as the State is set to add more quantum of renewable energy to its grid during 2017-18 than conventional power. Of the total quantum of 3,975 MW of...
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Karnataka Budget 2017: Siddaramaiah announces more trees, alternative to steel flyover 15.3.2017 ET: Policy
Siddaramaiah announced that tree parks -- named after environmentalist Saalumarada Thimmakka -- will be established in every assembly constituency in the state.
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Lok Sabha passes Enemy Property Bill 14.3.2017 Hindu: Business
The House passed the Bill after incorporating the amendments made by the Rajya Sabha last week.
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Six unsung heroes from Bengaluru honored at Namma Bengaluru Awards-2016 13.3.2017 Citizen Matters

Namma Bengaluru Foundation hosted its flagship initiative – ‘Namma Bengaluru Awards’ (NBA) in Bengaluru today. NBA aims to recognizing, honouring and celebrating the efforts of Bengalureans for their unparalleled contributions towards...
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Waiting to exhale, then get going 12.3.2017 Business Standard: News Now
The snap and crackle generated by legislative Assembly elections in five states was electrifying
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Mohan Bagan hold Bengaluru FC to goalless stalemate in I League 12.3.2017 Sify Finance
[India], Mar. 12 (ANU): A pleasant evening at the Garden City on Saturday witnessed the duel between winners of the last two editions of the ongoing I-League where Bengaluru FC, despite playing
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Grief-stricken baby monkey in tears after mother is run over 11.3.2017 TOI: Cities
A baby monkey that lost its mother in a road accident made all those witnessed the scene cry. The young monkey wept sitting near the carcass of its mother that was knocked down by a speeding vehicle near Elanthur on the Tamil Nadu-Karnataka National highway on Friday.
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Hoardings, for which trees were poisoned, torn down 11.3.2017 Hindu: News
17 trees were poisoned to provide ‘better visibility’ to ads
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Green norms violated in SEZ, Surathkal highway widening: CAG 10.3.2017 Deccan Herald - State
Six Karnataka projects, including the Phase 1 of Mangalore Special Economic Zone and widening of a highway near Surathkal, have been named by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG)among the violators of environmental norms, which the project developers were supposed to adhere to. These projects were accorded green approval with conditions that the project proponents were to follow to improve the ecological condition of the surrounding areas. However, a reality check by the CAG came up with a completely different picture, exposing the flaws in Indias environmental regulatory system. For instance, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) was given approval for a project to widen the Kundapura-Surathkal highway with a stipulation that 14,956 trees would be cut. But 18,400 trees were felled as NHAI implemented the project without any approval for cutting down more than 3,400 additional trees. The environment management plan of the first phase of the Mangalore Special Economic Zone project had a ...
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