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  • Jallikattu Back, Why Not Kambala, Asks Karnataka. Protests Begin.
    After protests in Tamil Nadu managed to achieve a reversal of the ban on bull-taming sport Jallikattu, many in Karnataka are demanding focus on Kambala -- a traditional sport in which water buffaloes are made to race down a track filled with mud and water.
  • Ranked 'Most Dynamic City', Bengaluru Divided Over Tag
    IT capital of the country, Bengaluru, has a new tag now - that of being the most dynamic city of the world. The tittle was sent by a ranking list by JLL City Momentum Index, which takes into account the speed of change in a city's economy and commercial real-estate market, beating some of the top cities in the world. However, this decoration has left Bengaluru's opinions divided on whether the ranking reflects the reality or not.
  • For $30 Million Prize, Bengaluru Start-Up Is Busy With Its Moon Mission
    In a large warehouse-like office just outside Bengaluru, it's a busy day at work for people at this start-up.
  • Two Held For Molesting Woman In Bengaluru
    Two persons, including a Yemen national, were arrested for molesting a woman at a pub in the city last week, police said on Thursday.
  • Bengaluru Ranked World's Most Dynamic City, Hyderabad Is Number 5
    For all those who have been complaining about Bengaluru and its infrastructure, a tweet from the World Economic Forum would take them by surprise. In a listing of the most dynamic cities of the world, with the main ranking criteria being rapid adoption of technology and innovation, namma Bengaluru comes out right on top. Another Indian city, Hyderabad, has made it to the top 10. In fact, there are six Indian cities in the list of 30, including Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.
  • This Eco-Friendly Bengaluru School Is Generating Its Own Power
    With cleaner, greener renewable energy being the need of the hour, a school in Bengaluru is setting an example. The Canadian International School is not only producing its own power and supplying the surplus to the grid, it is also giving its students important lessons on the environment.
  • CISF Jawan Shoots Himself Dead At Bengaluru Airport
    A Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) jawan today allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself with his service rifle at the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru.
  • David Guetta's Bengaluru Concert Cancelled
    The Bengaluru police has said that a concert by Grammy Award-winning DJ and music producer David Guetta in the city tonight has not been cancelled, only postponed. But the organisers say they were told to call it off because the police could not deploy enough manpower as the date clashed with Agricultural Produce Market Committee elections in the area.
  • After New Year Eve Horror, Bengaluru Says 'I Will Go Out'
    In Bengaluru on Wednesday night, men and women gathered to say "I will go out". The movement, started by a group of students called Night in My Shining Armour, is a response to molestation and sexual assault on women on New Year's Eve in the city. "My body, my right" was one of the slogans shouted by those who had gathered and the message after the sexual assault and molestation of women in the city was loud and clear.
  • In Bengaluru, A Photojournalist Captures People After Notes Ban
    The queues are almost gone and ATMs are largely back to normal, but images of India queuing up to deposit old notes and take out new ones are engraved in our memory.
  • Sixth Accused Arrested In Bengaluru Molestation Case
    The sixth and the last accused was arrested on Monday in connection with the alleged molestation of a woman by two scooter-borne men near her home in Bengaluru on New Year's eve an incident that was caught on camera causing national outrage.
  • Bengaluru Determined To Fight Back Mentalities Leading To Molestations
    The multiple cases of molestation on New Year's Eve in Bengaluru have made women determined to fight the attitudes that lead to such incidents as an awareness campaign on self-defence and safety was organised at Cubbon Park.
  • Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Closes; Engagement Extremely Substantive: Government
    The three-day 14th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, a mega meet of the Indian disapora which saw its largest convergence, came to an end in the IT city today, with the government saying the PBD engagement was "extremely substantive" and outcome oriented.
  • Another Case Of Molestation Reported In Bengaluru
    In the fourth such incident in a week, two motorbike-borne men allegedly tried to molest a woman while she was returning home from a gym in Bengaluru.
  • Week After Bengaluru Molestations, Students Unite To Claim Back The Night
    It has been a week since many women were allegedly molested on New Year's Eve in Bengaluru, denting the city's reputation as one of the safest in the country. Actors and sports stars have spoken about it and both the state government and the police have been skewered for their response to the incidents.

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