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Category: Bengaluru electricity
Last updated: Dec 13 2017 16:43 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Escoms seek hike in power tariff 13.12.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Despite 2018 being an election year, it’s unlikely that people in Karnataka will get any monetary relief as far as their electricity bill is concerned. The five electricity supply companies (Escoms), ...
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Janaspandana in Rajajinagar on Saturday 12.12.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Residents of Rajajinagar Assembly constituency can air their problems at Janaspandana - Citizens for Change, the civic grievance redress platform provided by DH and Prajavani, December 16. The programme will be held at Rajarajeshwari Kalyana Mantapa near the RTO office in Rajajinagar 2nd Block. MLA S Suresh Kumar, along with officers from the BBMP, Bescom, the BWSSB and the police will take part. Residents can air grievances on waste segregation, bad roads, streetlights, maintenance of parks and playgrounds, etc. Those interested can register at the venue from 9 am onwards on December 16. The programme will start at 10 am. You can also register online by writing to janaspandana@printersmysore. co.in or #PVJanaspandana on Twitter. For details, call 9448701058 (between 9 am to 5 pm). DH News ...
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Power tariff: Newly introduced slabs to stay 12.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Decision to put in additional slabs has reduced revenue gap for Bescom
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Inadequate infrastructure a bane of dry waste collection centres 9.12.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Most of them lack electricity, water supply, and toilets and a few also face opposition from residents
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Tech to convert old car into hybrid one 9.12.2017 deccanherald.com
A city-based startup has come up with a technology that can convert existing cars into hybrid vehicles, and improve mileage by 25% by retrofitting a powertrain device. This comes against the backdrop of a study by the IISc, which projected that vehicles in Bengaluru will generate 1.89 million tonnes of carbon dioxide by 2030. The number of vehicles in the city has seen a dramatic rise, with an average of over 350 cars and 1,300 two-wheelers hitting the road every day. "Rising fuel prices and poor air quality are things we cannot wish away. They will only get worse. While electric vehicles are definitely the future, how we go about it is not yet clear. But we found that there is an urgent necessity to find a solution for the existing vehicles," said Amitabh Saran, founder and CEO, Altigreen Propulsion Labs. Two experts from engineering and one from corporate finance joined hands with Saran in 2012. "These vehicles run at about 25% efficiency with 75% of fuel not contributing to the movement of the ...
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Apologise to Narayana Murthy, Mohandas Pai tells Infosys 8.12.2017 DNA: Bangalore
Apologise to Narayana Murthy, Mohandas Pai tells Infosys
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Collaborative campuses reshaping workplace concepts 7.12.2017 DNA: Bangalore
Collaborative campuses reshaping workplace concepts
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Janaspandana comes to Rajajinagar 6.12.2017 deccanherald.com
If you are a resident of Rajajinagar and are facing with any kind of civic problems, voice out your problems to the officials at Janaspandana-Citizens for change programme. The programme will be held at Rajarajeshwari Kalyana Mantapa (near RTO office) on December 16 at 10 am. S Suresh Kumar, Rajajinagar MLA, and officials from the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM), Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) and police department are participating in the event. Citizens can air problems regarding drinking water, garbage segregation, road safety, problems related to parks and playgrounds etc. Those interested to participate in the event, kindly register your name online at janaspandana@printersmysore.co.in or at #PVJanaspandana on Twitter. You can also register on December 16 from 9 am. For more details, contact 9448701058 from 9 am to 5 ...
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Bescom pulled up for demanding higher power tariff from 4 IT firms 5.12.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
HC says it will have ‘impact of discouraging industries’
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Overnight rain snaps power supply in many localities in Bengaluru 2.12.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Bescom receives 6,258 complaints, most of them from south zone
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Wipro faces lawsuit by National Grid US 1.12.2017 Sify Finance
REUTERS - Wipro Ltd, India's No.3 software exporter, said on Friday that it would challenge a lawsuit filed by National Grid US seeking damages of over $140 million related to a project that dates
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India's Wipro faces lawsuit from National Grid US 1.12.2017 Sify Finance
Dec 1 (Reuters) - Wipro Ltd, India's No.3 software exporter, said on Friday that it would challenge a lawsuit filed by National Grid US seeking damages of over $140 million related to a project
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Wipro faces lawsuit from National Grid US 1.12.2017 Sify Finance
(Reuters) - Wipro Ltd, India's No.3 software exporter, said on Friday that it would challenge a lawsuit filed by National Grid US seeking damages of over $140 million related to a project that
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Data’s out: city third in crime rate 1.12.2017 The Hindu - Tamil Nadu
However, it retains the tag as a safe city for women
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George goes out on 'inspection' to campaign subtly 30.11.2017 deccanherald.com
A subtle political campaign was conducted by Bengaluru Development and Town Planning Minister K J George in the name of inspection of rain affected areas on Thursday. As the state assembly elections are nearing, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) seems to have left no stone turned to lure voters through their campaigns disguised in the name of inspection. George undertook the inspection of rain affected areas in Bommanahalli zone. He was accompanied with Mayor R Sampath Raj, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Commissioner N Manjunath Prasad and all other senior officials from BBMP, Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), and Bangalore Electricity Supply company (BESCom). As all officers had come in their own cars, it resulted in a serpentine traffic jam on the narrow roads of the Bommanahalli zone. There were about 60 cars blocking the path. The Minister was welcomed by bursting fire crackers and ...
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Bengaluru’s population to shoot up to 20.3 million by 2031 25.11.2017 Hindu: Cities
This will be beyond the current population in metros such as Mumbai and Delhi
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How to transplant trees marked for felling: lessons from Bengaluru 24.11.2017 Citizen Matters
Transplanting trees that will be felled for infrastructural projects in cities is a great way to save them. Here are some pointers on how to get it done. ...
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Many inconvenienced due to Vodafone network disruption 22.11.2017 deccanherald.com
Vodafone users in Bengaluru were inconvenienced for more than two hours on Wednesday evening following a total blackout for about 30 minutes. The problem continued until 7 pm for several others. The problem began with the suspension of data connection followed by the total blackout. "At about 4.30 pm, I noticed the emergency calls only message on my mobile phone. However, I switched from 3G to 2G and the network was fine. Around 5 pm, even that was gone. It was frustrating," Praveen Shetty, a Vodafone user told DH. Shetty had come to the Vodafone Store on the Church Street. However, the staff at the store did not have any clue about the reason behind the blackout. Many tried to find out more about the problems through social media with many tagging Vodafone to ask about the blackout. Vodafone replied on Twitter: "HI, There is a temporary network outage in your area due to which you are facing an issue. The same will be resolved." When asked, a Vodafone India spokesperson acknowledged that there was a ...
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Mobiles and laptops may soon sport a new nanotech display device 21.11.2017 BusinessLine - Info-tech
In a feat comparable to the fable of blind man who carried a lame man on his back, lending him his feet and borrowing from him his eyes, researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalor...
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Paving the way for EV revolution 20.11.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
When two entrepreneurs started the first electric cab service in Bengaluru, investment gurus were skeptical about its success. Sanjay Krishnan and Ashwin Mahesh, who started Lithium Urban Technologies to give a pollution-free and environment-friendly transportation solution, are now happy that their endeavour is finding more takers in Bengaluru and elsewhere in the country. Lithium started service in Bengaluru in 2015 with just 10 cabs, and has now expanded to 10 cities with around 500 vehicles in its ambit. It started its journey when there was no electric power charging stations. "It was a challenge to begin operations in Bengaluru as the infrastructure was not up to the mark. We started off with the corporate transportation opportunity and firmed up our business model around it," Krishnan says. Lithium is looking at technology to serve better. "Besides providing convenience, safety, and security to the passenger, technology should give public transportation ease of access, must provide safety, and ...
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