Transgender Remembrance Day

Remembering the ones we lost this year. Bengaluru, Nov. 20, 2018: On International Transgender Remembrance Day, the world remembers the ones who lost their lives due to transphobia this year. There have been several cases of transpeople being lynched, murdered, and incarcerated. People from across the world showed respect on twitter. GLAAD, a LGBT-centric organization, […]

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Staff Shortage in Public Libraries in Karnataka.

Despite the fervor of the National Library Week, libraries in Karnataka remain understaffed. National Library Week’s closing ceremony was held at the Vijaynagar Central Library today with the main emphasis on felicitating those who have made great contributions in the development of public libraries around Karnataka. The function was inaugurated by the MLA ( Member […]

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Protest and Celebration at the Same Venue

In Townhall, Congress addressed OBC’s issues, but the DSS demands go unnoticed. The DSS protested in front of the Townhall while the Congress celebrated a former Karnataka CM’s birthday inside the Townhall. The Dalit Sangharsh Samiti (DSS) protested against the injustice happened to an SC/ST person who got beaten up by a police inspector in […]

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Bengaluru City gets Another Government Media Centre

Inauguration of the Mahatma Gandhi Centre took place at Department of Information and Public Relations by CM, HD Kumaraswamy.  The Department of Information and Public Relations got an auditorium today. The Chief Minister, HD Kumaraswamy was the Chief Guest and the inauguration was done from his hands. The auditorium is named ‘Mahatma Gandhi Media Centre’. […]

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Ayappa Devotees Angered by Supreme Court Verdict

Pended agitation by the Karnataka Ayappa Devotees on the decision of the Supreme Court for the women protesters. The BJP party of Karnataka, in association with the Hindu Aikya Vedi, conducted a protest today at Gandhinagar against the ‘supposed’ atrocities that have been taking place against the devotees of the Ayappa God of the Sabarimala […]

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DSS Protests as Rowdy Inspector Takes Law in Hand

Kolar minefield victim faces the horrible wrath of police. The Dalit Sangharsh Samiti (DSS) this morning organized a protest at the Town Hall against the bashing of a victim from scheduled caste by an officer at Betmangla, Kolar minefield. As per the president of DSS Dr. C.S Raghu, an inspector named Unne Gowda found the […]

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Plastic ban Affects Markets and Customers.

Plastic bags are still being sold illegally in Bangalore. Bangalore, Nov. 20, 2018. After the plastic ban,  paper and cloth bags  manufacturers are seeing profit in Bangalore. But, as paper bags are costly, the supermarkets are rising their prices. Uma Ravi, who  goes to supermarkets regularly, “I will anyways not support plastic, because they are harmful, […]

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Farmers Seek a Solution from the Chief Minister

After yesterday’s protest, the farmers meet the Chief Minister (CM). Farmers today from various districts of Karnataka spoke to CM HD Kumaraswamy, to find a solution for the ongoing sugarcane problem. More than 100 farmers had come from various districts. The meeting was held at Vidhana Soudha. Kumaraswamy has told the farmers that he will […]

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Karnataka has 75,635 Homeless People Sleeping in the Streets.

With a 20 percent rise in the population of homeless people in Karnataka, there are only 11 shelter homes to accommodate them. According to the 2011 census, the total homeless population of Karnataka has risen by 20 percentsince, reaching now 76,735 persons, and only 11 shelter to provide a roof for them. In Bangaluru, there […]

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Drones Installed to Control Bengaluru’s Traffic

Drones should monitor the city’s traffic within one month To tackle the traffic congestion of Bengaluru city in August there was a collaboration planned between a drones’ Delhi based company (Omnipresent Robot Tech) and the city of Bangalore. A Government official said, ’’A meeting has been scheduled in the first week of November, but it […]

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