motorists riding on the footpath in Bengaluru on Wednesday. File Photo
motorists riding on the footpath in Bengaluru on Wednesday. File Photo

16,475 riders booked on a single day

People who rode on footpaths, and without helmets were caught »
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City police’s New Year resolution: women’s safety

The city police has an admirable resolution: to ensure safety of all women, beginning with the New Year’s eve celebrations. They are using multiple means to ensure that there are no incidents of vi... »

DPS case: cab driver arrested

The cab driver, who forced a bus ferrying school children on an excursion, to halt on Mysuru Road, barged inside and assaulted two students, was arrested on Wednesday. The cab driver, Raghu... »

Bus jumps median, four lives lost

Four persons died and three were injured on Wednesday when a BMTC bus collided with a goods auto, a couple of two-wheelers and a cycle on the Lingarajapuram flyover in Banaswadi traffic police lim... »

Siddaramaiah to head to U.S. to woo investors

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu may be wooing Bengaluru’s IT industry, but Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is going all the way to the United States of America to draw inv... »
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BENGALURU, December 25, 2014

Cricket match for mothers and grandmothers

Have you lost your peace of mind due to the performance of the Indian cricket team in the current Test series in Australia? Then here is something to divert your mind. To mark the 25th anni... »
Kolar, December 25, 2014

Gold is old news, Kolar is a trekker’s paradise

A five-day long trekking camp organised by the Bharat Scouts and Guides, provided youths from across Karnataka a unique opportunity to enjoy the aesthetic view of the natural beauty of Kolar distr... »
Bengaluru, December 25, 2014

Bengaluru Today: December 26

RELIGION Thiruppavai: Discourse by G.T.Narasimhachar, Devagiri Sri Venkateshwara Devasthana, Banashankari 2nd Stage, 6.30 p.m.; Discourse by Bharath Bhatter, Sri Radh... »
Bengaluru, December 25, 2014

CCB arrests man selling kerosene meant for public distribution

The Central Crime Branch (CCB) sleuths raided a shop in Kalasipalya on Wednesday and seized 200 litres of illegally stored kerosene worth Rs one lakh, which was meant for public distribution.»

Bengaluru, December 24, 2014

Man assaulted, robbed

An employee of a private company was allegedly assaulted and robbed of his mobile phone in K.G. Halli on Wednesday morning. The victim, identified as Sharath (25), is a resident of Kanaka... »
Purple Princess: Who rules the December world
December 24, 2014

Splashes of purple across the sky

Take a walk past the Richmond Park, opposite the Hockey stadium, where the Tabebuia impetiginosa or the Purple Trumpet Tree is spectacularly in bloom. Below the thick bunches of vibrant purp... »
Bengaluru, December 24, 2014

Traffic police impounds driving licenses of 2,000 motorcyclists

After cracking the whip on erring autorikshaw drivers, the city traffic police have trained their guns on motorcyclists.The police have booked over 2,000 cases against the motorcyclists dur... »
Bengaluru, December 24, 2014

Man arrested for selling duplicate paint

The South Division police have arrested a 39-year-old for selling duplicate paint with the label of a reputed brand. Based on a tip-off a team of police from Horamavu raided SN Coating Co... »
Bengaluru, December 24, 2014

Proceedings against Airtel top brass stayed

The High Court of Karnataka on Tuesday stayed further criminal proceedings against Bharti Airtel Ltd. chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal and other top executives on a complaint by a person alleging that... »
BENGALURU, December 24, 2014

State of SEZs in Karnataka

The announcement of a special economic zone (SEZ) is invariably surrounded by hype and public statements promising how they could change the face of the economy, but do most SEZs actually live up... »

Panel reiterates need to recast BBMP

Industry bodies welcome suggestion to split BBMP

Student slapped by cab driver

‘Congress opposed to anti-conversion Bill’

Kidwai to be upgraded

Bengaluru Today - December 24

Bengalureans and their BFFs

Woman dies of electrocution

Bengaluru, December 25, 2014

BMIC project: land losers can cheer

The owners of thousands of acres of lands notified for the controversial Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor Project (BMICP) have a reason to cheer.Now they can hope for at least “real... »
BENGALURU, December 25, 2014

Venkaiah Naidu asks Congress to clarify if Math take-over bill is part of its national policy

Even as Chief Minister Siddaramaiah announced withdrawing of the controversial bill intended at taking over the “mis-managed maths”, Parliamentary Affairs and Urban Development Minister M. Venkaia... »
Bengaluru, December 25, 2014

Seven or more chain-snatching cases reported

Mugging spree continued in various parts of Bengaluru with at least seven or more cases of chain snatching reported in and around the city taking the number of cases to 14 since Wednesday. »
Bengaluru, December 24, 2014

Seven women robbed of chains

Seven women were robbed of their gold chains in the city since Tuesday evening. Rajeshwari (68), a resident of Govindarajanagar, was standing near the gate of her home when two persons came to her... »
December 24, 2014

Bengaluru Today: December 25

RELIGIONThiruppavai Upanyasam:Discourse by G.T.Narasimhachar, Devagiri Sri Venkateshwara Devasthanam, Banashankari 2nd Stage, 6.30 p.m.; Discourse by Bharath Bhat... »
Times are changin': I feel like music has lost its swag and soul, says Jovol
December 24, 2014

Of drums and dreams

He’s been drumming since he was six. He’s collaborated and worked with music top dogs like Nathan East (Daft Punk, Eric Clapton), Greg Howe (Michael Jackson) and Snoop Dogg, among multitudes of oth... »
Bengaluru, December 24, 2014

Police conducts surprise checks

The Central Division police conducted surprise checks on the major junctions across CBD and detained six persons found begging at traffic junctions. The detained people have been sent to... »
BENGALURU, December 24, 2014

Govt. sends email to seers on math Bill

The government on Tuesday emailed a four-page note to prominent seers in the State in an effort to convince them that the recently tabled Bill on regulating religious maths is not intended to inte... »
BENGALURU/MYSURU, December 24, 2014

Many SEZs have turned into real estate hubs

Special economic zones may have been created for core industrial activities, but the picture on the ground shows that many are being used for development of residential or commercial properties, s... »
Bengaluru, December 24, 2014

Councillors divided over BBMP division

The proposal to restructure Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has got a mixed response. While those from the Congress welcomed the “warranted and required” restructuring, those from the BJP... »

Civic body elections to be postponed ?

List of illegal schools in Bengaluru: private school managements cry foul

Children thank traffic police

At CM's function, children kept waiting for 2 hours

Police seeking suspension of auto drivers’ licences

A monk’s take

Art from the heart

Times are changin': I feel like music has lost its swag and soul, says Jovol

Of drums and dreams

What’s not to love about Jovol Bell, the drummer who’s collaborated with the top of the pops? He traces his journey from when he used to play at church »
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