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Last updated: Mar 30 2015 16:38 IST RSS 2.0
 
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HC orders BBMP polls by May 30 30.3.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
In what is seen as a setback to the State government, the Karnataka High Court on Monday directed the State Election Commission to complete elections to the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike by M...
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Garbage burning issue in villages near Whitefield remains unsolved 30.3.2015 Citizen Matters

Despite KSPCB’s warning to the local gram panchayat, no action has been taken to close the illegal garbage burning sites.

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Lost in the rubble: Malleswaram Market becomes history 30.3.2015 Citizen Matters

The 50-year-old market was razed down this January to make way for a complex. After telling the court that they will not demolish it while the case is on, why did BBMP go back on its word?

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‘Unfair trade practice’ 30.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Unfair trade practice’
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‘Unfair trade practice’ 30.3.2015 Hindu: News
Sir, — Recently, I had to travel from Bengaluru International Airport to Bangalore city. I was witness to an incident wherein taxi operators not approved by the BIAL were not being allowed to pick...
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State Sees Decline in H1N1 Cases as Temperature Soars 30.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Division of BBMP Not Needed, Feels DVS, Reddy Differs 30.3.2015 The New Indian Express - Karnataka - http://newindianexpress.com/states/karnataka/
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Parents run out of patience over Esteem Mall junction skywalk 29.3.2015 deccanherald.com
With two accidents in a month, the Esteem Mall junction on Ballari Road has become a major cause for worry for parents who want to admit their wards to the Sindhi College nearby. But the college management says it has no idea about what happened to the proposed skywalk at the notorious spot. The college, with 1,700 students, has been getting numerous enquiries from worried parents following the accident on February 26 when a tanker had run amok, killing two people, including a girl student of the institution. Then as recently as Wednesday, a lorry carrying sand rammed three cars, an auto-rickshaw and three motorcycles, injuring two people. According to the college management and staff, about 80 per cent of the students rely on public transport. Understandly, parents are worried about pedestrian safety. As students and local residents took to the street a day after the February 26 accident, the government promised to build a skywalk at the spot. The authorities concerned did swing into action, visiting ...
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People's problems- Letters of grievances 29.3.2015 deccanherald.com
Traffic rules flouted here While motorists flout traffic rules at Jalahalli Cross, the traffic police inspector deputed at the signal is a mute spectator. In spite of a 'no parking board,' there are BMTC/ KSRTC/private buses and vans parked here, creating traffic congestion. The police here simply keep blowing their whistle. Why do the police not take strict action against drivers who violate rules at the traffic signal and park buses at the junction? It is very difficult to cross the road at the signal here as there is nobody to take strict action against vehicles. Nagarajan R Light this dark stretch on Richmond Road Streetlights have not been functioning for the last few months on Richmond Road, on the stretch between Trinity Circle and Brunton Road intersection. It is very unsafe for pedestrians at night, since the pavements here are in bad shape. Pedestrians have to rely on the headlights of passing vehicles to avoid falling into the many gaps in the pavements. Can the BBMP or a authority concerned ...
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Second meeting held on skywalk project 29.3.2015 deccanherald.com
A second round of meeting was held between the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and Columbia Asia Hospital on Saturday to discuss the progress on the proposal to construct a skywalk at Esteem Mall junction Hebbal on Ballari Road. While the meeting went off smoothly, there were some objections over the display of advertisements on the skywalk, once the project is completed. Columbia Hospital has come forward to bear the cost of the skywalk construction. According to sources in the Palike, the NHAI reportedly sought clarification from Hospital authorities over the display of advertisements, height of hoardings and their maintenance. APalike official said: "The hospital will take up the construction of skywalk at the total cost of Rs 2.5 crore. The hospital authorities, during the discussion, said that they want to put up advertisement hoardings on the skywalk. However, the NHAI was not too keen on this and asked how the hospital would maintain them ...
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BJP hopes to make big impact ahead of polls 29.3.2015 Bangalore News, Bangalore City News | Cities News - Times of India
BJP hopes to make big impact ahead of polls
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Varthur lake to be fenced in 2 months: Upa Lokayukta 29.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
He ordered the stakeholders, including the deputy director of land records, to meet at his office on April 6 to decide on encroachments on the lake bed and fencing the ...
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BJP hopes to make big pre-poll impact 29.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
The three-day national meet of the BJP, to be held in Bengaluru from April 2, is essentially to build the party in South India, where all states are election-bound in one way or ...
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Tank promised as water woes flood grievance meet 28.3.2015 deccanherald.com
The problems faced by the residents of the Hebbal Assembly constituency are no different from any other area in Bengaluru. A litter-free surrounding, glowing streetlights at night, good pavements and roads, enough water supply, and de-silting of sewage lines at regular intervals are some of the basic demands of the residents. On Saturday, Deccan Herald and its sister publication Pra javani offered an opportunity to bring the aggrieved residents and the officials together for instant redress of grievances. The programme was a big success as the officials could learn about the severity of certain problems faced by the residents and assured them redress within a stipulated timeline. The Hebbal constituency, a locality where powerful and influential people reside, has its share of water crisis. The event witnessed some angry moments when the residents, especially those residing around Sanjaynagar and Bhoopasandra, said they were not getting water and the BWSSB engineers rarely answered their phone ...
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Plea for BBMP polls-HC verdict on Monday 28.3.2015 Bangalore News, Bangalore City News | Cities News - Times of India
The Karnataka high court will deliver verdict with regards to petitions filed by city corporators and voters seeking for a direction to the state government to hold time bound election to the BBMP, the civic body in charge of Bengaluru ...
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Demolition of compound walll- BBMP says that the issue is between Esteem Mall and NHAI 28.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
The BBMP has claimed that it has not demolished any property of the Esteem Mall on KIA Road, near Hebbal fly ...
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Akrama Sakrama kicks off, but only on paper 28.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
Akrama Sakrama kicks off, but only on paper
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Summons to BBMP Chief Over Official’s Transfer 28.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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City MLAs express concern over illegal sites 27.3.2015 deccanherald.com
BJP MLAs from the City on Friday said that sub-registrars in north Bengaluru areas were allowing registration of illegally-formed sites using fictitious documents. Yelahanka MLAS R Vishwanath told the Assembly that gramatana sites were being illegally registered as BBMP sites. "Sale deeds in several cases do not have the summary of the sale transaction. The sub-registrars, with the help of land developers and builders, are misusing security codes being used for property registration" he charged. He said that the Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (RDPR) department gives 18-digit code to gramatana properties. It is not possible to register a gramatana site without the code. So sub-registrars are illegally using either BBMP or Urban Development Department codes for registering such properties, he claimed. He said the department of Stamps and Registration has failed to stop illegal property registration. "In many cases, even government lands such as burial grounds and gomala are illegally registered in the ...
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Compound demolition: Palike denies role 27.3.2015 deccanherald.com
The Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike on Friday told the High Court that it had no role in the demolition of the compound wall of the Esteem Mall near Hebbal Flyover to facilitate construction of a skywalk. In its objections to the petition filed by Esteem Mall challenging the notice issued by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) seeking the possession Mall's land to build skywalk, the BBMP has said that the issue was between the Esteem Mall and National Highways Authority of India and it had no role in the matter. BBMPhas stated that it had been wrongly impleaded in the petition. A speeding tanker mowed down two persons near the Mall on February 27. In the wake of the accident, the State government has asked the BBMP to build a skywalk to avoid similar mishaps in future. The National Highways Authority of India has issued notice to Mall to hand over the portion of land required for the skywalk and service road. The acquisition process had been challenged in the High ...
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