Need for more minority girls hostels in the State

With increasing demand and only five hostels in the city, girls from minority communities await the living quarters they were promised. Bengaluru: The books on the shelf of the hostel library were limited in number, but a large number of mosquitoes in the library were compensating for the absence of people. The mess and the […]

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Farmer leader Chandrasekhar joins AAP in Bengaluru

The Aam Aadmi Party is planning to contest in all 224 seats in Karnataka. Bengaluru: A faction of the Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha (KRRS) led by Kodahalli Chandrasekhar joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the presence of AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday at the National College Grounds in Basavangudi. As Karnataka heads […]

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No masks or sanitisers to deal with COVID-19, HOPCOMS employees scared

Employees at HOPCOMS in Bengaluru struggle to cope up with COVID-19 situation without safety gear. Harshith Venkatesh April 13, 2020 Horticultural Producers’ Cooperative Marketing and Processing Society (HOPCOMS) employees are agitated at the prospect of working without masks and sanitisers. They have not received safety aids from the government, though they have been mandated by […]

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Insufficient Fodder for animals in milk dairies

Cattle are feeding on packed foods amidst the Covid-19 crisis. Harshith V April 11, 2020 Due to the Covid-19 crisis, milk dairies in Bengaluru are facing a shortage of fodder to feed cows. They have been forced to feed them with  untraditional feeds like Indi and Busa in excess. About 15,486 dairy farms in major […]

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