City still awaiting its first WtE plant

Six proposals have been made over the last decade involving different companies without one deal taking off. Bangalore, April 13, 2018: The recently-inked Waste to Energy deal between the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and a French firm doesn’t seem to hit the floors anytime soon. The deal was a step towards fighting the garbage […]

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Abortion kits sold illegally in city

A doctor’s prescription is required by law to purchase an abortion kit. Bangalore, April 13, 2018:  Abortion kits are being sold illegally without a doctor’s prescription in many pharmacies across the city risking improper usage and related health complications. For instance, the unwanted-kit, which is used for abortion by women who are eight weeks pregnant […]

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BBMP measures reduce parking in No Parking Zones

Problem of parking in No Parking Zones reduce after effective towing of vehicles Bangalore, April 13, 2018: The number of vehicles parked in No Parking Zones has significantly reduced in the past year, owing to effective measures taken by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) restrictions. As per Bangalore Traffic Police statistics, the number of […]

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It’s bigger. It’s better. It’s digital. Ram Navami festival goes global

150 artists, 80 violinists and 6 lakh tickets sold and counting, the festival will now be live streamed. Bangalore, April 13, 2018: The Ramanavami music festival is being live streamed as you read, in 130 countries across the globe. This year is the 80th edition of the festival and it seems that the organisers have […]

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High Tension Political Drama Grips Karnataka

Ananth Kumar, Javadekar hit out at Congress ‘Chola Bhatura’ fast From Ananth Kumar and Javadekar hitting out at Congress to Vokkaliga Supremo accusing Siddaramaiah of corruption cases, the political drama in K’Taka grips the state in election fever. By Narayan R, Garima Dhawan, Abhishek and Bharath Manjesh Bangalore, April 12, 2018: Minister of Parliamentary Affairs […]

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Hepatitis B still a major cause of worry in the state

Research has shown that the inability to render vaccinations at birth leads to the death of many who suffer from the viral disease. Bangalore, April 12, 2018: The National Family Health Survey (NFHS-4) data has revealed that only 58.9 per cent children between the ages of 12 to 23 months receive three doses of Hepatitis […]

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