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Last updated: May 24 2015 08:39 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Feeder Buses Planned For Metro Northern Corridor 23.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Wait for Automated Parking Gets Longer 23.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Driver drowns while washing car 23.5.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
A 30-year-old driver met a watery grave in Kadiganahalli lake near Chikkajala late on Thursday evening.The police said that the deceased, Farooq Shah, was from Kunigal. He worked as a cab dr...
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Around the city 23.5.2015 Hindu: Karnataka

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There will be no power supply from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday in the areas fed by 66/11 kV KHB MUSS. According to Bangalore Electricit...
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City needs to put its best foot forward 23.5.2015 Bangalore News, Bangalore City News | Cities News - Times of India
Rest House Road is a residential area surrounded by commercial hotspots and motorists going to MG Road and Brigade Road park their cars on this ...
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'Need long-term solutions to revive Bengaluru's frothing lakes' 23.5.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
Upa Lokayukta Justice Subhash B Adi has ruled out short-term measures to co ntain the frothing and pollution in Varthur and Bellandur ...
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KSRTC to revive rainwater harvesting systems 22.5.2015 deccanherald.com
The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) will revive defunct rainwater harvesting systems in its existing depots and also make the system mandatory for all upcoming buildings under it. According to KSRTC officials, one-third of all the existing depots, office buildings and other structures under the corporation have rainwater harvesting systems in place. But these were installed many years ago and most of them are currently defunct. Officials say the existing systems will be revived immediately and upcoming structures, including bus stations and depots under the KSRTC's jurisdiction, will have rainwater harvesting systems in place. On an average, the KSRTC builds about two dozen new structures annually. The water consumption of a bus depot is quite high as each bus requires many gallons of water for washing. Speaking to Deccan Herald, the KSRTC Managing Director Rajender Kumar Kataria said, "It is a crucial area of concern for the corporation as water is a precious resource for everyone and ...
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A-G: State right in clearing lake encroachments 22.5.2015 deccanherald.com
Advocate General Ravivarma Kumar has defended the State government's action against lake encroachments.

Speaking to reporters here Friday, he said, "The action the government is taking against lake encroachments is the right thing to do. I have told the government that no encroacher should be given a chance to legalise a wrong.

"Everybody who has encroached on the land will have to give it up. Whether it is private persons or civic bodies, the government will act against them," he said.

He said it was a disaster that the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) itself has encroached upon lake land. Water is supposed to collect in this space and there is no place for buildings and other structures in lakes, he said.

Further he said, "By bringing back the Ryotwari Land Revenue System from the British times, we can more scientifically identify commercial and forest lands. A solution can also be found for the problem of encroachments."
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Driver drowns in lake 22.5.2015 deccanherald.com
A 30-year-old car driver met a watery grave in Kadiganahalli lake near Chikkajala on Thursday evening.

The police identified the deceased as Farooq Shah, a native of Kunigal.

On Thursday evening, Shah had come to the City along with three friends on a personal visit. They went towards Kadiganahalli lake. Shah decided to wash his car and took the vehicle near the lakebed. He stepped into the water, ventured a little further and started drowning.

His friends sitting on the lakebed noticed Shah drowning and started shouting for help.

Passersby tried to rescue Shah, but in vain. They informed the police, who with the help of fire service and emergency personnel, retrieved the body.

A case has been registered in the Chikkajala police station.
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Doctor helps Bengaluru woman deliver baby on moving train 22.5.2015 deccanherald.com
For a doctor, call of duty may come any time and this was true for Dr Vidya Deshmukh who was on her way to Varanasi from Jagadalpur in Chhattisgarh. Deshmukh boarded the Patna-bound Saghamitra Express at Nagpur on Thursday where she had to attend to a pregnant woman and help her deliver a baby. Twenty five-year-old Sabha Parvin, who had boarded the train at Bengaluru was travelling in a sleeper coach, while the doctor was in the AC coach. Parvin developed labour pain when the train was crossing Itarsi station in Madhya Pradesh around 4 pm. The next station, Piparya, was an hour away but time was running out as the amniotic sac (bag of water) that surrounds the baby burst. Immediately co-passengers alerted TTE Ganesh Swarup, who located Deskhmukh after scanning the passengers list. As the doctor arrived to the spot, the TTE and others cleared off all the male passengers from the coach and allowed only two women passengers to stay there to help the doctor. They put bedsheets as curtains, and other ...
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No sand mining in Dakshina Kannada this monsoon: DC 22.5.2015 Mangalore - City - The Times of India
Dakshina Kannada administration is all set to implement a blanket ban on sand mining in the district during rainy season.
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Driver drowns while trying to wash car 22.5.2015 Hindu: News
A 30-year-old driver met a watery grave in Kadiganahalli lake near Chikkajala, late on Thursday evening. The police said that the deceased has been identified as Farooq Shah, a cab driver...
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Bangalore neighbourhood's toxic air threatens India's future 22.5.2015 Rediff: Business
Once called India's garden city, this upper middle-class residential area in Bangalore has India's most toxic air, says Devanik Saha, IndiaSpend.com.
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Go bananas with so many options 22.5.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Go bananas with so many options
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Work on new RGUHS campus to begin soon 22.5.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Work on new RGUHS campus to begin soon
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Paneerselvam resigns as Tamil Nadu CM: Jayalalithaa invited to form govt by governor 22.5.2015 FirstPost: Politics

AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa was on Friday invited to form government by Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah following the resignation of her trusted lieutenant O Panneerselvam as Chief Minister, paving the way for her return at the helm after nearly eight months.

The post Paneerselvam resigns as Tamil Nadu CM: Jayalalithaa invited to form govt by governor appeared first on Firstpost.

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AIADMK paves way for Jayalalithaa to return as Tamil Nadu CM 22.5.2015 Rediff: News
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam supremo J Jayalalithaa was on Friday unanimously elected its legislature party leader, paving the way for her return as a chief minister of Tamil Nadu for the fourth time.
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There is a plan to save Belandur lake 22.5.2015 Hindu: Home
Among other things, sewage treatment will be mandatory for apartments around the lake
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Work on new RGUHS campus to begin soon - The Hindu 22.5.2015 Google News
Work on new RGUHS campus to begin soon The Hindu About Rs. 600 crore would be required to develop the new campus. The government was firm on developing the campus at Archakarahalli, he said. The Chief Minister also directed Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board and Karnataka Urban ...
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Chance For All To Clear BU Exams 22.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
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