An earthquake, plane or thunder, what did Bengaluru hear?
The sound was heard across the city from Kempegowda International Airport off Devanahalli in the north to Kengeri and Electronic City in the South. Many people feared it could be a mild tremor as doors and windows shook after the noise.
Bengaluru Tech Summit postponed
The government decided to put off the event in view of the inability of international delegates to attend the...
Flight cancellations leave travellers disappointed in Bengaluru
Only 65 flights departed from the Kempe Gowda International Airport as agains...
Fruits & Vegetables: Bengaluru airport processes 1425 MT of perishables in April
Despite numerous logistical challenges due to the lockdown, BLR Airport, backed with cutting-edge tech-assets for cargo processing, ensured that products reach their destination, while still offering the same freshness, quality and appeal.
Wearing of facial mask compulsory in public, work spaces in Bengaluru
Wearing of facial mask in public and work spaces has been made compulsory in the city with violations to attract penalty of Rs 1,000 for first time as part of measures to fight COVID-19.
59 arrested for attacking health officials in Bengaluru
A large number of people, mostly youth from the minority community poured on to the road on Sunday and thrashed the health workers who had gone to quarantine some people who were the primary and secondary contacts of the health workers. Some local residents who went to the rescue of these officials were also thrashed.
16 new coronavirus cases confirmed in Karnataka; nine in Bengaluru Urban alone
Among the 16 new cases, nine are from Bengaluru urban, who are contacts of a 54-year old man, a labourer with a history of Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI), who tested positive on Wednesday. Of the rest, two each are from Vijayapura, Hubballi in Dharwad district and Mandya; and one from Bantwala in Dakshina Kannada district.
Bengaluru civic agency designates 32 municipal wards as COVID-19 hotspots
Kalaburagi district is also among the hotspots with 17 positive coronavirus cases including three deaths. These 32 wards of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) have been completely sealed and an extensive health check-up campaign has been taken up in these areas, Bengaluru Mayor M Gautham Kumar said on Thursday.
Karnataka to legalise unauthorised construction on BDA notified plots
Karnataka will notify an Ordinance amending Section 38(D) of the BDA Act to provide for the regularisation. The government estimates that there are about 75,000 such plots in Bengaluru, over about 6000 acres of land. The government expects about 45,000 of these plots are small in size, predominantly owned by low-income groups.
Understanding the Bangalore boom: A bang that triggered theories galore
The Indian Air Force (IAF) eventually grounded all highflying theories by ascribing the noise to its fighter jets.
Google employee from Bengaluru is Karnataka's fifth coronavirus case
"The employee has been on quarantine since then, and we have asked colleagues who were in close contact with the employee to quarantine themselves and monitor their health," the statement said.
Tennis: India's tech capital to host Bengaluru Open from February 10
The week-long signature event on the ATP Challenger Tour will begin on February 10 at the Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association. Forty-eight singles and 16 pairs of doubles players from about 25 countries will participate.
Ready to welcome passengers, says Bengaluru airport
Bangalore International Airport Limited said it has introduced a slew of measures, including social distancing, thermal screening, sanitisation and disinfection tunnels, as well as contactless F&B experience to ensure travellers pass through the airport as safely as possible.
Infosys evacuates building in Bengaluru after employee comes in contact with suspected COVID-19 patient
The development comes after the Karnataka government advised IT and other professionals working in air-conditioned places to work from home for time being, for about a week, to prevent the spread of the virus.
Lockdown 4.0: First intra-state train service begins in Bengaluru
The Indian Railways resumed intra-state train services in Karnataka from May 22. The first intra-state train of the tri-weekly superfast spe...
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