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Man Threw Acid On Partner In Bengaluru, Found Living Disguised As Seer

Man Threw Acid On Partner In Bengaluru, Found Living Disguised As Seer

Reported by Nehal Kidwai, Edited by Chandrajit Mitra | Friday May 13, 2022, Bengaluru

A man accused of throwing acid on his partner in Bengaluru last month has been arrested from an ashram in Tamil Nadu, where he had started living, disguising himself as a seer.

Covid, Inflation Break The Back of Bengaluru's Cab Economy

Covid, Inflation Break The Back of Bengaluru's Cab Economy

Written by Sreeja M S | Monday May 09, 2022, Bengaluru

After a gap of nearly two years, Bengaluru - the Silicon Valley of the country - is finally seeing its workforce return to its offices. But a major problem faced by commuters has been the shortage of app-based cabs like Uber and Ola. While most indus

29 Injured In Bengaluru Bus Accident

29 Injured In Bengaluru Bus Accident

Asian News International | Monday May 09, 2022, Bengaluru

As many as 29 people were injured after a Karnataka State Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus with 45 passengers on board met with an accident in Bengaluru. Four people sustained severe injuries, police said.

Hailstones, Heavy Rain In Bengaluru While Heatwave Fries Northern Region

Hailstones, Heavy Rain In Bengaluru While Heatwave Fries Northern Region

NDTV News Desk | Sunday May 01, 2022, Bengaluru

Several parts of Bengaluru received heavy rains and hailstorm today. The weather department has given a 'heavy rain' forecast for the Karnataka capital for three more days.

Bengaluru Crime Branch Busts Cryptocurrency Ponzi Scheme, 4 Arrested

Bengaluru Crime Branch Busts Cryptocurrency Ponzi Scheme, 4 Arrested

Asian News International | Monday April 18, 2022, Bengaluru (Karnataka)

Crime Branch of Bengaluru on Monday arrested four persons for their alleged involvement in running a Helium Crypto Token (HNT) through a mobile application.

Watch: Deluge In Bengaluru, Homes Flooded, Heavy Rain Forecast For 3 Days

Watch: Deluge In Bengaluru, Homes Flooded, Heavy Rain Forecast For 3 Days

Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty | Friday April 15, 2022, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Several parts of Bengaluru faced severe water-logging amidst very heavy rainfall in the city on Thursday.

AAP Demands Immediate Arrest Of Karnataka Minister Over Contractor's Suicide

AAP Demands Immediate Arrest Of Karnataka Minister Over Contractor's Suicide

Asian News International | Friday April 15, 2022, Bengaluru

The Karnataka unit of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday demanded the immediate arrest and investigation of state Minister KS Eshwarappa in connection with the death of contractor Santosh Patil.

Ex-Bank Officer Gets 7 Years Jail For Illegal Exchange Of Banned Notes

Ex-Bank Officer Gets 7 Years Jail For Illegal Exchange Of Banned Notes

Press Trust of India | Tuesday April 05, 2022, New Delhi

A special court in Bengaluru has sentenced a former employee of erstwhile State Bank of Mysore (now merged with SBI) to seven years of imprisonment for illegal exchange of demonetised currency notes in November 2016, officials said here on Tuesday.

Bengaluru Or Hyderabad? "Challenge Accepted," Say Duelling Politicians

Bengaluru Or Hyderabad? "Challenge Accepted," Say Duelling Politicians

Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Monday April 04, 2022, New Delhi

Twitter woke up on Monday to a friendly joust between Telangana Minister KT Rama Rao and Karnataka Congress chief DK Shivakumar over the crown of India's top city for tech entrepreneurs with the divisive controversy surrounding Halal meat and the hij

Ban On Non-Hindu Traders Near Temples Spreads To More Districts In Karnataka

Ban On Non-Hindu Traders Near Temples Spreads To More Districts In Karnataka

Press Trust of India | Sunday March 27, 2022, Bengaluru

The issue regarding denial of permission for non-Hindu traders and vendors to carry out business during annual temple fairs and religious events Karnataka has now spread to different parts of the state, after it originated from Udupi.

In Bengaluru Anti-Corruption Raids, Focus On Luxury Watches, Bungalows

In Bengaluru Anti-Corruption Raids, Focus On Luxury Watches, Bungalows

Reported by Sreeja MS, Edited by Debanish Achom | Tuesday March 22, 2022, Bengaluru

The Anti-Corruption Bureau in Karnataka's Bengaluru raided nine properties of alleged middlemen who have been influencing bureaucrats to do favours.

Body Of Student Killed In Ukraine Reaches Karnataka, Chief Minister Pays Respect

Body Of Student Killed In Ukraine Reaches Karnataka, Chief Minister Pays Respect

Asian News International | Monday March 21, 2022, Bengaluru

The body of Indian student Naveen Shekarappa Gyanagoudar, who was killed in shelling in Ukraine's Kharkiv on March 1 amidst the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, arrived at Bengaluru airport here on Monday.

Will Donate Son's Body For Research: Father Of Student Killed In Ukraine

Will Donate Son's Body For Research: Father Of Student Killed In Ukraine

Asian News International | Saturday March 19, 2022, New Delhi

The parents of the Indian student Naveen Shekarappa Gyanagoudar who was killed in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv have decided to donate their son's body for medical research, the father of the medical student informed on Saturday.

In Bengaluru, Schools Focus On Exams, Say Hijab Not An Issue

In Bengaluru, Schools Focus On Exams, Say Hijab Not An Issue

Written by Sreeja M S | Tuesday March 01, 2022, Bengaluru

The annual exams are on in Karnataka schools and while in the districts, many students in hijab have been unable to take them, schools in Bengaluru have steered clear of controversy and focused on education.

Hijab Row: Ban On Protests Near Bengaluru Schools, Colleges Extended For 2 Weeks

Hijab Row: Ban On Protests Near Bengaluru Schools, Colleges Extended For 2 Weeks

Reported by Nehal Kidwai, Edited by Akhil Kumar | Monday February 21, 2022, Bengaluru

The protests in the state started late last year when school students were prevented from wearing the headscarf. It has since sparked protests and counter-demonstrations involving saffron scarves that have spread to other states as well.