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Last updated: Jan 13 2019 14:27 IST RSS 2.0
 
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A Bengaluru artist shows how plants talk to each other through the internet of fungus 13.1.2019 Scroll.in
Dhara Mehrotra’s paintings and installations provide a glimpse into a universe that has existed for millions of years but only recently been understood.
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Tough questions, brilliant ideas at Shanthinagar ward committee meeting 11.1.2019 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
A Shanthinagar resident shares her experience attending a ward committee meeting for the first time
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Bengaluru airport readies new terminal as Indian air travel explodes 10.1.2019 Reuters: Money News
Bengaluru's international airport is expecting passenger traffic to surge nearly 70 percent in an expansion over the next two years as multinational companies pour money into the city known as the Silicon Valley of India.
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Bengaluru is hot. Steel flyover will make it hotter, it needs to be dropped 10.1.2019 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
An umbrella of hot air over the built-up area of the city is an 'urban heat-island’. There are many processes contributing to the temperature —air pollutants, vehicular movements, loss of tree cover and more. Steel flyover could be one of them.
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Here’s why BDA will display Bengaluru Mater Plan again for comments 31.12.2018 Citizen Matters
The public said there was no mention of elevated corridors in the master plan. The Bengaluru Development Authority figured out a way to set it right, and how! Seeking public comments isn't the real aim of displaying master plan.
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I turned my Noida house into a ‘jungle ghar’ to protect it from pollution and noise (and so can you) 29.12.2018 Scroll.in
Trees like the Apple Blossom and Tabebuia not only look beautiful, but can also make your house cooler and quieter.
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Why a shrinking Bannerghatta forest should worry Bengalureans 27.12.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Without urgent action against commercialisation of the fringe, Bannerghatta National Park could lose wildlife and biodiversity very soon.
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Gold rises as global growth fears boost safer assets 24.12.2018 Reuters: Money News
BENGALURU - Gold rose on Monday, trading near last week's six-month high, as concerns about a possible U.S. government shutdown and global growth weighed on the dollar and equity markets, boosting the appeal of assets viewed as safer, such as ...
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Gold rises as U.S. political uncertainty breeds risk-aversion 24.12.2018 Reuters: Money News
BENGALURU - Gold prices climbed on Monday, holding ground near a six-month high hit last week, as investors remained concerned about political uncertainty in the United States and global economic slowdown.
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Gold rises as investors shy away from risk amid US political uncertainty 24.12.2018 Reuters: Money News
Gold prices climbed on Monday, with investor appetite for risk curbed by worries over a partial U.S. government shutdown, Sino-U.S. trade tensions and faltering global economic growth.
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BMTC alone cannot solve traffic problems in Bengaluru, here’s why 21.12.2018 Citizen Matters
Two thirds of Bengaluru's population needs reliable transport, and public transport is not enough right now. The city sees thousands of new vehicles added every month. The city needs good public transport, and quickly.
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Hilton to open a hotel in Bengaluru by 2021. 16.12.2018 Sify Finance
[India], December 16: Global hospitality chain Hilton signed an agreement with KalyaniHospitality Pvt. Ltd to open a hotel "Double Tree" at the city's commercial micro-market Whitefield by the
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Bengaluru Buzz: NGT fines State | BMTC online pass | Pod taxi project scrapped 8.12.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
From Bellandur lake rejuvenation to BMTC's online passes, news about the city from last week that matters to you—all in one place.
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How Bengaluru’s garbage killed Mavallipura’s environment 8.12.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Mavallipura garbage dump got closed after the court order. It just led to a new 'scientific' landfill close by. That should technically help the village. What does a visit to Mavallipura reveal?
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How Bengalureans use Whatsapp to connect and solve civic problems 5.12.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
You thought WhatsApp is all about fun, family groups and fake news? Wrong. Bengaluru is proving that WhatsApp can be used to connect, collaborate and participate in governance.
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‘Strong methodology key to success in scientific research’ 29.11.2018 The Assam Tribune
‘Strong methodology key to success in scientific research’
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Saving trees by transplanting: BMRCL’s approach has some lessons for Bengaluru 26.11.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
New saplings planted after cutting a fully grown tree will not compensate for the lost greenery easily. Transplantation is an option many environmentalists are looking at, to help retain the trees. What are the merits of tree transplantation?
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Sounds of cicadas: A loud but under-studied insect is finally getting attention 23.11.2018 Scroll.in - News that matters
Two new species of cicadas have been discovered in the Western Ghats, representing new wave of interest by Indian scientists in the neglected insects.
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Richa Chadha is now Shakeela... and she's Not A Porn Star 21.11.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Richa Chadha will play southern sensation Shakeela in her next.
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In Midst Of Bengaluru Farmer Protest, Firemen's Rescue Mission 20.11.2018 NDTV News - Latest
The location - Bengaluru's Freedom Park. The occasion - an angry protest by Karnataka farmers who had gathered from around the state, demanding Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy's presence.
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