Restaurants and pubs in the city suffer losses due to Coronavirus

Coronavirus fear amid Bengalureans is affecting the business of pubs and restaurants in the city. By Ambalika Banerjee Bengaluru:Restaurant and pub owners in the city say that their businesses have gone down in due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Restaurants like Eat Fit, Bheema’s, and pubs like Amoeba are among the ones affected. Ankita. N […]

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Exams Continue Even After Corona Virus Fear

The Schools in the city are still conducting exams even with the scare of  corona virus spreading in the city. By Arti Peethambaran Bengaluru:  With Coronavirus scare spreading across Bangalore, schools in the city are undertaking measures to prevent the infection from spreading. Despite the Coronavirus outbreak in the city, schools are planning to conduct […]

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Three more confirmed Covid-19 cases in city

Karnataka hot on the trail of its neighbouring state, Kerala, in terms of number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 infections. The neighbouring state has 12 cases. By Labani Mahanandy Bengaluru: Three more cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Karnataka, taking the toll to four. All of them hail from Bengaluru. Indian Council of Medical […]

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Bilal Bagh’s ‘Aman Ki Chadar’: Modern Quilt Artists Survive and Thrive

Do you still use quilts as blankets? Several women artists have woven their way to fame and have transformed old-style quilts into something new, creative, and thought-provoking. By Shalu Chowrasia, Bengaluru: About 40-50 women at Bilal Bagh are weaving a quilt to send it to Shaheen Bagh. The women call it ‘Aman Ki Chadar’ and […]

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Isolated Wards Set Up For Coronavirus Patients

The Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases (RGICD) has set up an isolation ward for the treatment of Coronavirus-infected patients. By Priyansh Verma Bengaluru: Three patients who are suspected of being infected with Coronavirus have been admitted to the RGICD. The Karnataka Health Department said that Government as well as private hospitals are planning to […]

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Karnataka rainfall worries grape farmers

Karnataka is expected to receive scattered rainfall for next 4-5 days. By Anushka Sharma Benagluru: After the Meteorological Department predicted unseasonal rainfall in the state, grape farmers are worried for their produce. During the season of harvest, the Horticulture Department said, that the crops are heavily affected because of rainfall. In 2013 the farmers had […]

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Police foil escape attempt by murder accused

DJ Halli police fired at rowdy-sheeter and murder accused Younis, earlier today. Younis Bhatti Ahmad—arrested in the murder of rowdy sheeter Amjad two days ago, has been hospitalized after being shot by the police this morning. Earlier today, police officials took the accused Younis to the spot where Amjad was murdered to seize the murder […]

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Student protesters lathi-charged; atleast 40 arrested

In a separate protest at Gandhi Bhavan, supporters of freedom fighter, Doreswamy, resolved to submit a memorandum against BJP MLA Yatnal. By Shivani Verma, Apoorva GS Bengaluru police have arrested at least 40 students who were a part of a rally that marched to Raj Bhawan to meet the governor. They were part of a […]

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Crowd-funding the politicians’ dream

A Delhi-based start-up is leading the new trend for electoral candidates to get funds directly from the public. Niket Nishant In an attempt to make elections more transparent, crowd-funding is emerging as a new trend among political candidates. Besides finding favour among the masses, it is also viewed by experts as a way to cleanse […]

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