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Last updated: Nov 19 2017 09:32 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Mkts volatile; cap goods, metals up, pvt banks dip ... 17.3.2028 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Nifty breaks 3950 on weak Asian cues; realty, infr ... 29.11.2017 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Plan to create electric bus fleet for Delhi 19.11.2017 Hindu: Cities
Govt considers procuring 500 standard-floor and smaller-size buses to strengthen public transport
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Stop axing trees, promote electric vehicles: citizens 18.11.2017 Deccan Herald - News
A Delhi is not far anymore, say Bengalureans. The Delhi smog has left warning bells ringing for the rest of the country. With vehicle numbers increasing like never before on Bengaluru roads and the pollution level rising, the day may not be far when we wake up to a zero-visibility atmosphere and a dense fog situation. To avert a Delhi-like nightmare closer home, Bengalureans share their solutions with DH. From using public transport to keeping a watch on the poisonous fumes produced by industries, the solutions may look regular but could be attempted for effective results. Search fulfilment specialist Bhavani C says, "It would be a nightmare if Bengaluru faces the same scenario as Delhi. Its high time that we start taking measures to avoid and reduce pollution. Being responsible citizens, it is necessary to take small steps such as walking to the shop on the next lane instead of riding, or planting a sapling in your area." She says the government should take strict action against people who violate the ...
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Residents vow protests as BBMP starts work on Sivananda flyover 18.11.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Residents are up in arms against the BBMP for starting the work on the controversial steel flyover project at Sivananda Circle in central Bengaluru. At a meeting on Saturday, residents of Srikanta Layout and Madhava Nagar resolved to protest against the 326.5-metre flyover sometime next week. "The flyover plan was made in 2011 and might have been necessary at that time. But now, it is not at all necessary. Instead of building a flyover here, the BBMP should widen the space near the railway underpass," said Chitra Venkatesh, a resident. She added that commuting had become easier after the opening of Namma Metros Green Line and that there was not much traffic at the intersection. "We plan to challenge this project as the BBMP failed to hold a public consultation," she said. Srinivas Alavilli of Citizens for Bengaluru, a non-profit organisation that has been organising protests against "unnecessary and short-sighted flyovers in the city, said, "Local residents as well as other concerned citizens ...
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When Bengaluru missed the bus on gender justice 18.11.2017 Hindu: Cities
A transgender student has been applying for a bus pass for three years, in vain
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Delhi smog hits railway operations: 49 trains delayed, 14 rescheduled 18.11.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
It was a misty Saturday morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature recorded at 15.2 degrees Celsius
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CISF, cops to replan Metro's security structure 18.11.2017 DNA: Top News
After the molestation of a journalist at ITO metro station subway sparked a row over women's safety, Director General of CISF, the force that secures metro stations, and Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik, on Friday, discussed a review of the present security system of Delhi Metro. It was on Tuesday night when the journalist who was entering the metro station was attacked by a man who attempted to grope the woman. CCTV footage of the incident which went viral on social media also shows that when the woman was confronted and raised an alarm, the man tried to escape but was chased by the journalist. A day later he was arrested by the Delhi Police and was identified as a 25-year-old tea stall worker. Following the incident, while the DG CISF, OP Singh, has directed his DIG DMRC unit to review the security setup in Delhi Metro, Patnaik also ordered a Special Commissioner to look into the security structure that the Delhi Metro Rail Police (DMRP)follows. Soon the Delhi Police and CISF are expected to ...
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CISF to patrol 'dark areas' at Delhi Metro stations 18.11.2017 Zee News : States
In the wake of an incident of molestation inside a metro station, the CISF on Friday issued a direction for its quick reaction teams (QRTs), including women commandos, to increase patrols in the dark and un-manned areas inside Delhi Metro stations.
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Safety inspections begin on metro rail route 18.11.2017 Hindu: News
Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety inspects Mettuguda - S.R. Nagar stretch
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Maliwal writes to DMRC on ITO molestation case 18.11.2017 Hindu: News
‘Was the victim made to wait for over an hour before complaint was registered?’
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CISF directs teams to check ‘dark areas’ at Metro stations 18.11.2017 Hindu: News
‘Ensure unmanned passages are also patrolled’
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Kochi-1 card holders to get 30% discount 18.11.2017 Hindu: Kochi
Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) has extended its limited period promotional offer, which was available only for commuters taking return journey ticket in Kochi metro, to Kochi-1 smart card holders too...
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CISF to patrol 'dark areas' at Delhi Metro stations 17.11.2017 All News-IANS Stories
In the wake of an incident of molestation inside a metro station, the CISF on Friday issued a direction for its quick reaction teams (QRTs), including women commandos, to increase patrols in the dark and un-manned areas inside Delhi Metro stations.
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DCW to seek metro authority's reply on ITO molestation case 17.11.2017 New Kerala: India News
DCW to seek metro authority's reply on ITO molestation case
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Ahead of UP civic polls, Akhilesh accuses BJP of making empty promises 17.11.2017 Latest News
Criticises Adityanath govt over deteriorating law & order conditions, farmer issues
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Trucks enter Delhi as LG lifts ban; pollution spike likely in coming days 17.11.2017 Latest News
'Pollution may rise again because of increased moisture in the air in the coming days,' says EPCA chairman
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After outrage over ad graffiti on Delhi heritage wall,Puma India apologises 17.11.2017 Latest News
The company said, all the stakeholders had also "aligned" that there was "need to raise awareness" among the owners about guidelines to preserve heritage properties.
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Premier clubs on sticky wicket as Collector freezes bank accounts 17.11.2017 Hindu: Home
He instructed the tahsildars to contact the banks concerned and take action to freeze the accounts and “subsequently transfer the amount in the said bank account to the Lease Rent Payment Head of Acco...
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Delhi: 2 women molested by same man at metro station, staff shortage blamed for unsafe environment 17.11.2017 India Today| Must Read
Delhi Police arrested a man who allegedly molested two women on the same day at the ITO metro station. Authorities say a shortage of staff is making women vulnerable in metro station corridors.
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