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For the love of Kashmir 21.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
On a multi-city tour to India, DJ KSHMR says past does make an impact on future
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The chips are not down for these trees 19.10.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Mature sandalwood trees in Bengaluru to have anti-theft sensors to alert guards
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Death metal, the French way 19.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Get set to head bang with Bordeaux band Gorod which will perform in the city this weekend
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Convention moots integrated approach to tackle osteoarthritis 15.10.2017 Deccan Herald - News
For the first time in Bengaluru, doctors from both Allopathy and Ayurveda joined together to find solutions to osteoarthritis (The wearing down of the protective tissue at the ends of bones). Orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, geneticists, yoga therapists, naturopathy specialists, ayurvedic consultants, radiologists, physiotherapists and pain consultants among others participated in the osteoarthritis conference (OACON) that was held on Sunday. Senior joint replacement surgeon and People Tree Hospitals CEO Dr Chandrashekar Chikkamuniyappa said that by 2025, India will become the osteoarthritis capital of the world with 60 million cases. "What is even more shocking is that people in the age group of 30 to 50 years of age are falling prey to the disease, which has a reputation for catching the elderly, especially women," he added. According to doctors, there should be an integrated approach to the disease as more people are falling prey to the disease. Various treatments were suggested by the ...
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No end to rain woes for city; roads waterlogged, homes flooded 15.10.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Overnight rain continued to wreak havoc in the city again. Five people were killed till Sunday and rain created havoc, leaving many areas inundated and roads waterlogged. There were also incidents of tree fall and traffic snarls on major city roads. Several localities were flooded, crippling normal life in the city. Water entered several houses in Bommasandra, Hongasandra, BTM Layout, HSR Layout, Yelahanka and other low lying areas. People pump out water Kendriya Vihar apartments at Kogilu Cross near Yelahanka was flooded. Water gushed into the parking area and into a few houses, where residents were seen pumping out water. More than 50 vehicles in the basement of the apartment were submerged. Vehicles struggled to pass the flooded outer ring road in Bellandur. Some vehicles broke down, holding up traffic. A BMTC bus broke down on the waterlogged outer ring road near Ecospace and more than 20 passengers were rescued by BBMP personnel. According to the BBMP control room, tree falls were reported behind ...
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Bengaluru’s Beku Beda Santhe kicks off 15.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
The Beku Beda Santhe, an event that aims to bring together those who have been fighting for various civic issues, got off to a grand start on Sunday.Hundreds of residents turned up for the event, wh...
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Waste no more is their mantra 15.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
More takers for discards turned into something useful and aesthetic
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On Friday evening, west Bengaluru took a battering 13.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
With traffic movement reduced to a crawl on inundated roads, Mayor R. Sampath Raj and BBMP officials took the Metro to reach Kurubarahalli
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Cisco to digitise operations at NGO behind midday meal 11.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Global technology leader Cisco on Wednesday announced an agreement to digitise operations at Akshaya Patra Foundation -- which runs the world's largest non-profit mid-day meal programme, serving wholesome food to over 1.66 million children from 13,958 schools across 12 Indian states.
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Changing from bystanders to stakeholders: a year of Citizens for Bengaluru 10.10.2017 Citizen Matters
From forming a human chain to stop 'steel flyover' to Beku-BeDa Santhe a year later, Citizens for Bengaluru has come a long way, learning the ropes of dealing with government. Citizen participation is no longer an aberration but now a norm. ...
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Gifts of goodness 9.10.2017 Hindu: S & T
Give your loved ones things that will contribute to their wellness this year, putting aside plastic, pill boxes and pollen-dropping flowers
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One stage, many acts 8.10.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements

MIXTAPE' will present acts by 'A/T/O/S', and 'Aerate Sound' at The Humming Tree on October 14, 9 pm.

'A/T/O/S' (A Taste of Struggle) is a project by Amos and Truenoys. The band has consistently been building tunes and swapping beats. 'LANDS' is a dream-pop duo from Mumbai. It is the brainchild of singer-songwriter Sohrab Nicholson and producer/multi-instrumentalist Rohan Ramanna.

'Aerate Sound' is a Bengaluru-based A/V duo with Joe Panicker and Naquash.

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'You don't have to be a supermodel to be an artiste' 8.10.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
She's inspired by the sounds and hues of Japanese anime and that shows in her music. Tarana Marwah, popularly known by her stage name 'Komorebi', is releasing her eight-track debut album this month. The album features multiple collaborations with artistes like singer Nicholson, bassist Mohini Dey and guitarist Warren Mendonsa. Much like her name, Tarana's music is enchanting and whimsical. All pumped to explore different parts of the country as part of her 'Candyland Tour', she was in the city last week for the release of her album 'Soliloquy'. In a chat with Anila Kurian, Tarana talks about her work and what it's like working in the music industry. Tell us about your stage name 'Komorebi'. It's a Japanese word that translates to 'sunlight that filters through tree leaves'. Everything from my look, art and music is inspired by Japan as I am highly influenced by anime and manga. My music is my way of expressing my identity. How excited are you about 'Soliloquy'? Very excited! Along with the albums, ...
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Showers disrupt train, bus services in city 8.10.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Showers in wee hours of Sunday again led waterlogging and tree fall incidents in some areas of the city. The city railway station and Kempegowda Bus Station (KBS) were looking like a lake after the rain, due to severe waterlogging. The bus and train services were disrupted on Sunday morning. Vehicular movement was also affected as several roads were flooded on Sunday morning Bannerghatta NICE road was submerged under nearly two feet water. Several low-lying areas were inundated, with many drains overflowing. Areas such as HSR Layout, Koramangala, Bomanahalli, Madiwala, BTM Layout in Southeast Bengaluru, Basaveshwaranagar, Chamarajpet, Seshadripuram, Vidyaranyapura, K R Market and Malleshwaram were worst hit by the rain. Residents were seen struggling to drain out the muddy water from their houses. In Vyalikaval, a huge tree fell and more than 10 vehicles parked near it were damaged. There was no power supply till afternoon in the area because of the tree fall. Incidents of tree fall were also reported ...
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Looping around funk and rock 7.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Oslo duo, Aiming For Enrike, create music that is not just amazingly energetic but also catchy
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India Today Safaigiri Awards 2017: Complete list of winners 7.10.2017 India Today| NATION
The awards were launched in 2015 after PM Narendra Modi nominated the India Today Group and its chairman and editor-in-chief Aroon Purie as ambassadors of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
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Showers leave many roads waterlogged; traffic crawls 6.10.2017 deccanherald.com
The city received moderate rainfall on Friday evening leading to waterlogging, tree falls and traffic snarls in some areas. Roads in BTM Layout, Koramangala and HSR Layout were inundated with two feet of water. However, the situation was not as bad as on Thursday. Most working professionals were caught unawares as it began to rain heavily in the evening. Most people preferred the Metro and autorickshaws since driving on waterlogged roads was difficult. Waterlogging was also reported in areas like Majestic, Shanthinagar, Jayanagar, Koramangala, HSR Layout, Madiwala, Silk Board Junction, Hebbal, Yeshwantpur and Malleswaram. Around 20 complaints of waterlogging and uprooted trees were received at Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) control room. Two huge trees were uprooted in JP Nagar, Jeevan Bima Nagar and Jayanagar but no one was injured. Traffic was slow in areas like Bengaluru Dairy Circle, Hosur Road, Koramangala, Okalipuram, Malleswaram Link Road, Mehkri Circle, Hudson Circle, Sony World ...
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City deluged by another bout of flooding rain 5.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Heavy rainfall coupled with strong winds deluged the city, inundated homes, uprooted trees and disrupted traffic on Thursday morning. But the damage was mitigated by the fact that many people stayed indoors as it was Valmiki Jayanti, a public holiday. The rainfall started at 12.30 pm and did not stop until late in the evening. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast thundershowers and heavy rainfall over the city and most parts of north interior Karnataka for the next two days. Sundar M Metri, in-charge director, IMD, Bengaluru, told DH that thunder activity and strong winds were common in September and October as the southwest monsoon was withdrawing. The city received 18.6 mm of rainfall till 8.30 am, the HAL airport 17.1 mm and the Kempegowda International Airport 47.3 mm. Although there were no casualties, places like Electronics City, BTM Layout, Koramangala, HSR Layout Sector 6 and 7, Madiwala, Shanthinagar bus stand, Lakshmi Road in Shanthinagar, Oxford College near Vajpayee Nagar, ...
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Districts in South, Central K'taka receive widespread rain 5.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Districts in South and Central Karnataka experienced widespread rain on Wednesday night and Thursday. Heavy rain, accompanied by strong winds, lashed Mysuru city and surrounding areas for around two hours on Thursday evening. A few trees were uprooted and branches of trees snapped at several areas in the city due to the high-intensity winds. The rain, which started around 3 pm in the city continued for two hours. After a brief lull, it started again, inconveniencing the people and vehicle users. Rain accompanied by thunder and lightning killed six persons in Periyapatna, Mysuru district. Varuna hobli received heavy downpour on Wednesday night. The rains which started at 12.30 am continued up to 2 am. Hassan district also received heavy rains on Wednesday night and on Thursday. One person was killed in the lightning strike at Arkalgud, on Thursday. Mandya city and district also experienced heavy rain from Wednesday night to early morning. The Bengaluru-Mysuru highway, near Mandya Institute of Medical ...
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Rain brings city to a standstill 5.10.2017 Deccan Herald - City
Heavy downpour coupled with strong winds virtually paralysed the city on Thursday. Even though some people stayed home on account of Valmiki Jayanthi holiday, the city almost came to a standstill as commuters were stranded on flooded roads. The rain which started after noon, continued till late in the evening. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast thunder showers and heavy rainfall over the city and most parts of north interior Karnataka for the next two days. Many parts of the state experienced heavy rain on Thursday as well. Eight people were killed in lightning and thunderbolt strikes in Mysuru, Hassan and Kalaburagi districts. Sunder M Metri, director in-charge, IMD Bengaluru, told DH that thunder activity and strong winds are common during September/October due to withdrawal of south west monsoon (SWM) and onset of monsoon. The city received 65.2 mm rainfall till 8.30 pm on Thursday. Rescue missions Waterlogging was a common problem across the city and the worst hit areas included ...
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