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Category: Bengaluru transport
Last updated: Jun 28 2017 03:39 IST RSS 2.0
 
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SC liquor ban to hurt bars and pubs on Bengaluru's M G Road 28.6.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Nearly a 100 establishments will see business affected around M G Road alone
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Metro Rail app to provide real-time information soon 28.6.2017 Hindu: Home
Neither Delhi nor Bengaluru has this facility yet
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Farmers to shortly receive insurance amount under Fasal Bima Yojana 28.6.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
Centre released ₹172 crore to Dharwad district for kharif crop loss last year, says Pralhad Joshi
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Citizens march condemning religious vigilante violence 28.6.2017 Hindu: Home
Taking their cue from protests in several other Indian cities, Mumbaikars will march to say #NotInMyName
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KSHRC files case against BBMP for not clearing garbage 28.6.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Registers case against civic officials for failing to clear waste at vegetable market in K.R. Puram
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Take note of traffic curbs 27.6.2017 Deccan Herald - City
The traffic police will make the following arrangements in view of white-topping work at Anand Rao Circle from Wednesday:

Vehicular movement on both sides on the following stretches will be banned - between Anand Rao Circle and Subbanna Circle; between Dhanwantri Road and Anand Rao Circle; between Race Course Road and Subbanna Circle.

Vehicles moving between Anand Rao Circle and Subbanna Circle can move on Race Course Road (Congress Bhavan).

Vehicles from Race Course Road plying towards Subbanna Circle should move on Seshadri Road, take a right turn at Freedom Park and proceed further.
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Cops arrange auto for stranded woman, win accolades 27.6.2017 Deccan Herald - City
The Bengaluru city police lent a helping hand to a woman who was stuck in Indiranagar with a friend without any vehicles to return home. The police arranged an autorickshaw and sent the duo safely to their destination. Aparna Vinod, a resident of Hennur, was stuck in Indiranagar for over an hour with a friend as she could not get any vehicle to reach home. She tried to book cabs, but her efforts went in vain due to heavy rain. The incident is said to have happened in the last week of May. She narrated the incident on her Facebook page: "As we helplessly stood in front of the hotel where we had our dinner, we saw a traffic police vehicle go past. I ran upto the vehicle in the rain and asked them to help us find a ride. To be honest we were extremely doubtful of any help coming our way, but you proved us wrong. Your team actually sent an auto to pick us up !" She stated that she was about 10 kilometres away from her house and the autorickshaw driver did not over charge. "But you guys and the auto driver ...
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Experts for unified transport authority 27.6.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Stakeholders of the city's transport on Tuesday agreed that rapid urbanisation is throwing up mobility issues, which can only be addressed by a Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority (UMTA). At the stakeholders' workshop conducted by NGO, Praja RAAG, officials from various departments were convinced of the need for UMTA at the level of Bangalore Metropolitan Region Authority (BMRDA). "Putting the UMTA at the level of BDA or BBMP will destroy its purpose. It will become another coordination committee giving ad-hoc solutions instead of fixing the problems permanently," said Sathya Sankaran, Praja RAAG member and founder of Citizen for Sustainability. The divide between different agencies dealing with different issues that arise due to urbanisation makes it impossible to arrive at permanent solutions. "UMTA should have experts and skilled persons who can take initiatives based on data to bridge gaps and provide long-lasting solutions," he said. UMTA will take holistic initiatives without separating ...
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These Metro riders pedal last mile 27.6.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Lugging their foldable bicycles to Namma Metro coaches, pedalling that last mile to their offices, four Bengalureans have just shown why this multi-modal mix is eminently workable. Their Metro-Cycle ride is today a daily option, a routine they perfected in four months flat. On Tuesday evening, Vijayanagar resident Kamala Lochana was at it again. As the Purple Line coach chugged into Indiranagar station, Lochana was ready with his bicycle, neatly folded after a 4.5-km ride. In 12 minutes, he had covered that distance from his office on Intermediate Ring Road, Indiranagar, much quicker than a 25-minute bus commute. Over the last four months, Lochana had finetuned his routine. Five days a week, he would start cycling from home and board the Purple Line's first station at Nayandahalli. "It has become my workout too. I prefer Nayandahalli since the train is not crowded there. I always take the first coach," he told DH. Lochana has good company in colleague Sathish Belawadi, who commutes between Indiranagar ...
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Dry days: Bengaluru’s pubs on MG Road set to down shutters 27.6.2017 HBL: Luxury & Fashion
As per the NHAI, MG Road is a highway and hence the pubs located within 500 metres which include the fashion street, Brigade Road, will be closed down from July 1 onwards
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Liquor off highways: ORR could save CBD from ban 27.6.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Could be notified as a bypass to preserve continuity of National Highways
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China woos Indian firms to invest in its big data zone 27.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A Chinese delegation on Tuesday beckoned Indian IT firms to invest in its national big data pilot zone in Guizhou province.
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Bengaluru's Pub City tag to be snatched away again 27.6.2017 India Today| Must Read
Come June 30, as many as 340 pubs and 19 star hotels located around MG road, Church street and Brigade Road won't be able to sell alcoholic beverages.
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Companion through firsts 27.6.2017 Hindu: Life & Style
RJ and comedian Danish Sait shares memories of his first friend on the roads of Bengaluru
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Oh Captain, my Captain 27.6.2017 Hindu: Life & Style
Operational in Gurugram and Bengaluru, the recently-launched Rapido is a bike taxi service that saves time and money
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July 1 ban: Excise officials take up ground-level survey 27.6.2017 Hindu: News
No clarity yet on whether city roads are national highways
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Embassy Group signs Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with BMRCL for Kadubeesanahalli Metro Station 27.6.2017 Projects Monitor

Bangalore 23nd June, 2017: Embassy Group today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL). The MOU has been signed for the construction of the Kadubeesanahalli Metro Station, just outside Embassy TechVillage, on the 17-km long recently approved North-South metro corridor on Outer Ring Road. The […]

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Bengaluru no more Pub City? Outlets get closure notice 27.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Bengaluru no more Pub City? Outlets get closure notice
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IT layoffs: Technology is biggest threat for technology workers in India 27.6.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Nasscom, McKinsey India found that 50 to 70 per cent of workers' skills would be irrelevant by 2020
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Pubs, bars face uncertain future as SC deadline nears 27.6.2017 Deccan Herald - Breaking News Rss Feeds
 As the Supreme Court deadline of June 30 for closure of pubs and bars along highways nears, pubs in the heart of the city are still uncertain about their future. A total of 31.8 km of highways pass through the city, putting pubs and bars along these roads in the city in dire straits.With Brigade Road, MG Road and Church Street having the highest density of bars and pubs, owners of these establishments are hoping that the state government would find a solution to the impending problem.Owners and customers are equally worried and feel MG Road, Church Street and Brigade will lose their sheen. R
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