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‘BBMP’s plan for SWDs does not have long-term solutions’ 28.3.2017 Hindu: Cities
The rejuvenation of storm-water drains (SWDs) is one of the major steps touted by the authorities after parts of the city were flooded in August last year when drains overflowed following heavy rain.
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Now, host a concert at your own home 27.3.2017 Hindu: Home
House concerts are being welcomed by listeners and artists
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It's all in the game 26.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Monday
A five-day event called, 'Game of Life,' supported by The Consulate General of Israel in Bengaluru, was inaugurated at YMCA, Nrupathunga Road, on Sunday. It is jointly being organised by Mashav-Israel Agency for International Cooperation Development and Rotary Bangalore West, Rotary R T Nagar and Rotary Indiranagar. 'Game of Life' is a therapeutic football workshop being conducted by Mifalot Education and Society Enterprises, based in Israel. The five -day programme has been designed to impart psycho-educational messages through football practices. The aim of the project is to provide professional training to teachers and coaches on how to use sports in general and football in particular, as a means of rehabilitating people with disabilities. Daniel Test and Yael Paz, both expert trainers from Israel's Mifalot Education, will be training 150 children with special needs and 35 teachers from various organisations across Bengaluru. Yael Paz, one of the expert trainers, says that the focus will be to use ...
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Now, Bengaluru micro brewers go against the grain, let humble ragi add a fizz 26.3.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Many curious takers are opting for the freshly brewed drink from the popular millet as breweries are experimenting with several locally grown fruits, spices and veggies
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BBMP budget: Push to save trees and parks 25.3.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
The civic body has given impetus to the preservation of parks and trees. Horticulture, lakes and forests have together got an 812% increase in allocation over the previous year’s budget.While the 2016...
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This IT firm in Bengaluru grows its own veggies 25.3.2017 TOI: Home
Ever wondered what happens when Garden City also becomes IT City? You tend to hear about IT companies that grow and sell their own vegetables. Sasken Technologies, a Dolmur-based company, has converted a barren piece of land into an organic kitchen garden.
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Now, Uber offers last-mile connectivity at Metro stations 24.3.2017 deccanherald.com
Cab aggregator Uber on Friday entered into an agreement with Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) to provide taxi services from 12 Metro stations in the city, filling the void left by lack of reliable public transport for last-mile connectivity. Uber opened two exclusive booking counters at Byappanahalli, where riders can book taxis without using the Uber app on their mobile. "Together with Namma Metro, Uber will help reduce travel time while contributing to decongesting roads and the parking spaces in Metro stations," said Uber's Bengaluru Managing Director Christian Freese. Uber kiosks can be accessed at Majestic, Mysuru Road, Indiranagar, VIjayanagar, MG Road and Central College among other stations. In February, another cab aggregator, Ola, had struck a deal with BMRCL to set up kiosks at seven Metro stations, including Trinity, Cubbon Park and Yeshwantpur stations. Meanwhile, BMTC Managing Director Ekroop Caur said the corporation will soon increase the feeder services at Metro stations. ...
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Hotel manager, cleaner electrocuted while cleaning sump 23.3.2017 deccanherald.com
The manager and cleaner of a hotel were electrocuted while cleaning the water sump at the establishment near Domlur, east Bengaluru, on Thursday evening.

Vishwanath (39), the manager at Srinidhi Hotel, and Guru (26), a cleaner, got into the sump to clean it around 6 pm. They lost consciousness soon after. Other employees of the hotel rushed to their rescue and lifted out them of the sump. They were taken to Manipal Hospital where doctors said their condition was critical. They failed to respond to the treatment and died around 10 pm.

Police said electrocution was likely the cause of death. They suffered electric shock as the motor was switched on while they were cleaning the sump. It is an old sump with wires dangling inside. Police said they would question other members of the hotel staff and examine the spot.

The hotel owner will be booked for causing death due to negligence, police said. The victims had been working in the hotel for the past two years.
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Listen to popular numbers 23.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The Forum Mall Koramangala will present 'Kailash Kher Live In Concert' on March 31, 7 pm onwards at its premises. Kailash Kher, the singer with a divine voice is known for his hit songs in Hindi Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Odia and Urdu languages.

Few of his hit songs include 'Chaand Sifaarish', 'Bam Lahiri', 'Kaun Hai Voh', 'Ya Rabba' and a lot more.

Known for his unique and powerful voice, style and music, Kher has been honoured with the Padma Shri award in 2017. The event is free for all. For details, call 22067803.
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3 north-east boys beaten up in Koramangala 23.3.2017 TOI: Bangalore Times
s, were beaten up by their neighbours over an altercation about loud music, in Koramangala 8th Block, on Tuesday.
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Rains hit 40% of state's Alphonso mango crop, production takes a hit 21.3.2017 deccanherald.com
There is likely to be a shortage of the most preferred mango variety Alphonso this season. Kadregowda, managing director, Karnataka State Mango Development and Marketing Corporation Ltd (KSMDMCL), during a media interaction on Tuesday said the sudden rainfall in February and March has destroyed the Alphonso crop in parts of north Karnataka like Belagavi and in Bengaluru Rural, Kolar and Ramanagaram. This will not only effect the domestic market, but exports also. However, the Banganapalle and Mallika crops are picking up and this could substitute Alphonso exports. However, Alphonso is the first choice in the export market, especially in the European and Gulf countries. "Around 30 to 40% of the Alphonso crop has been damaged. Of the two lakh hectares under mango cultivation in Karnataka, around 60,000 ha is under Alphonso production. Of this, around 10,000 ha was affected by the cyclonic rainfall. We have lost around two to three lakh metric tonnes of Alphonso crop this year," he said. Last year, 6,750 ...
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Much-needed to solve congestion in Bengaluru: flexible traffic signals 21.3.2017 Citizen Matters

It's not an uncommon fact anymore that Bengaluru suffers from one of the worst traffic conditions in the whole country, where it can surprisingly take an hour to travel a distance as short as a few kilometres. While the daily victims of this grim...
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In a first, supply for retail space falls in the country 21.3.2017 ET: Retailing
While 13 malls got completed last year, 15 were withdrawn from the operational stock, resulting in a net 0.3 million sq ft negative impact on the supply side.
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People's problems- Koramangala-Ejipura road full of potholes 19.3.2017 deccanherald.com
The stretch of road in front of the Regional Passport Office and the National Games Village in Koramangala is in a bad shape. Just a light rainfall turns this pothole-filled road into a bunker of water, inconveniencing pedestrians, motorcyclists and schoolchildren. Will the authorities take note and get the potholes filled? Rohit Joseph Dirty toilets in Chinnaswamy Stadium The toilets in the stadium are in a poor condition. During a recent visit, I found that the washbasins are dirty and the taps dry. Areas in and around the stadium need maintenance in terms of hygiene and cleaning. An ordinary ticket costs Rs 500 per day. It's high time the KSCA took care of spectators by providing them basic facilities like food and water at subsidised rates, clean toilets, and escalators or lifts for the disabled and senior citizens. G S Meenakshi 110/Y, 4th Main, 4th Phase, 7th Block, BSK 3rd Stage Park becomes dumping ground The park at 6th Cross in Victoria Layout (Shanthalanagar ward) has been in a deplorable ...
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Rs 50 lakh in banned notes seized from city jeweller's house 18.3.2017 Deccan Herald - City
Rs 50 lakh worth of demonetised currency was seized during a CCB raid on a jeweller's house on Link Road, Langford Town, central Bengaluru, on Friday night. Sleuths of the Central Crime Branch (CCB) raided the house of Anand Jain, who runs a jewellery store in Adugodi, after receiving a tip-off that two men were trying to legalise the banned notes. Rs 1 lakh was said to be the commission for legalising Rs 1 crore worth of scrapped notes. Besides Jain, they also arrested Vinaya Prasad, a real estate businessman from Ejipura. When CCB sleuths found the scrapped currency — Rs 1 lakh in 1,000-rupee notes and the rest in old 500-rupee bills — the men gave conflicting answers about the source of the money, a senior police officer said. Initially, the suspects said they got the banknotes from a few NRIs who wanted to get them exchanged as they couldn't come to India because of time constraints. The NRIs were ready to pay a "fee", according to the suspects. But Jain and Prasad changed talk later, ...
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Intervention at Hebbal flyover to run into NGT trouble again 18.3.2017 Hindu: Home
BDA proposes to add two additional lanes, an underpass; this would violate a NGT order that fixed buffer zone around lakes at 75 metres
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Clear out chemicals to clean up lakes, say these women 18.3.2017 Hindu: Home
They claim bio-enzymes can replace household cleaners
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Toll collection for 19 State Highway stretches approved 17.3.2017 Deccan Herald - News
The Cabinet onFriday gave its nod for collection of toll on 1,530 km of roads along 19 stretches of state highways. According to official sources, these roads have been developed by the Karnataka Road Development Corporation and under the Karnataka State Highways Improvement Programme (KSHIP). The date from which the toll (which has been referred to as user fee in a document prepared by Public Works Department)will be collected will be announced soon. Stretches to be tolled Some of the stretches will be tolled soon are the 144 km stretch between Hangal and Tadasa, the 128 km stretch between Shikaripur and Hangal onState Highway 1, Malavalli to Koratagere (150 km) and 108 km stretch from Mudhol to Nippani on State Highway 132. The toll will be fixed as per NationalHighways guidelines DH News Service Elevated road project cleared The Cabinet ratified the elevated corridor project connecting Koramangala Inner Ring Road with Madiwala in Bengaluru. The corridor will connect the Sony World signal with the ...
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One more held for BJP man's murder 17.3.2017 Deccan Herald - News
The Hoskote police have reportedly arrested a man in connection with the murder of BJP leader Srinivas Prasad alias as Kithaganahalli Vasu (45) in Anekal on March 14. The suspect, Satish (29) is a native of Uganekatte village in Chitradurga district.

"Satish was in constant touch with suspects before the murder. The police are interrogating him to ascertain his role in the murder," said a police officer.

A team of Hoskote police picked up Satish at his native place and brought him for interrogation.

When contacted, Bengaluru Rural SP Amit Singh said that some suspects were at large and the police would arrest them soon.

The suspects accosted and stoned Vasu's vehicle at a truck terminal at Bommasandra Industrial Area on Hosur Road. They pulled him out of the car and attacked him with lethal weapons and escaped. He died on the spot.

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Flipkart's Myntra goes offline in search of profit 17.3.2017 Rediff: Business
Myntra opened its first Roadster brand store in the upmarket locality of Indiranagar
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