Technology Addiction: Parents Unaware of What to do

Parents are unaware on how to decrease the usage of technology like mobile phones, laptops and gaming consoles by their kids, says a recent survey by the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS). By Aiswarya Sriram Bangalore, Jan. 17, 2019: The survey was conducted by the Services of Healthy use of Technology (SHUT) […]

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Vehicular Theft Cases Increase in Bytarayanapura

Thefts mostly happen between Deepanjali metro line and Mysuru Road metro line. By Aiswarya Sriram Bangalore, Nov. 23, 2018. Byatarayanapura police station has seen an increase in Vehicular theft cases. In  January 2018, 10  cases were registered and in July, 17 cases were registered. The average theft has remained around 13 vehicles every month. Prabhu […]

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Most of Theft Cases go Unreported

Bangalore ranks second in terms of police satisfaction Bangalore Nov. 22, 2018 By Aiswarya Sriram A survey published in the National Crime Records Bureau called ‘Safety Trends and Reporting of Crime’, says only 18 percent of people in Bangalore reported thefts in police stations. The report covers four major cities of India, namely Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, […]

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SC/ST Atrocities in Kumbalgudu

A report states that Bangalore ranks second in atrocities reported against Schedule cast And Schedule Tribes (SC/ST). Bangalore, Nov. 21, 2018. A report by the Committee Monitoring and Strengthening SC/ST Act in Karnataka (CMASK) reveals that Kumbalgudu is one the places in Bangalore with the highest number of atrocities reported against SC/ST. The report ranks […]

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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 Government Helps Hemophilia Patients

Karnataka government provides hemophiliacs with the injections that they need at no cost – saving them money. Hemophilia patients spend between Rs 5,000 to Rs 1.5 lakhs for their treatment of hemophilia. Karnataka, under its scheme Free Treatment facilities to Identified Diseases, have started giving free drugs to the hemophilia patients since the past two […]

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African Students Face Visa Issues and Racism

Bangalore, Sept. 27, 2018: African students in Bangalore face issues of racism to a larger extent than in other locations in India and get repeatedly arrested for not renewing their visa on time. Why do they face such issues? The association of African Students member David Amum said “The best answer to such question can […]

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