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Issue 4
Protests after Gauri Lankesh’s murder in Bangalore
BMRCL contract labour gets no safety gear
Cigarettes sold illegally to students
Public reacts to Gauri Lankesh’s murder
Garbage in Meheraz Nagar is a pile of diseases
Friends and colleagues of Gauri Lankesh remember a feisty woman
CCTV cameras soon to monitor garbage dumping in Upparpet
FIRs against illegal hoardings in Bangalore
Gas geyser poisons people
Blue Whale Challenge forces schools to create awareness
Abandoned domestic animals close to losing their shelter
Illegal vendors throng underpass
One out of three children run away from home in search of work
State Central Library buzzing again
Incense sticks not too soothing for the labourers
Issue 5
Issue 6
Infant mortality rates go up in State
Blood banks needs more volunteers
Manual scavengers denied health schemes
E-waste scheme helps collecting waste for recycle
Commuters demand more buses in the city
Dhabas ignore SC order, continue to supply liquor
Buying Dasara dolls no longer fun and games
Precarious living for people with homes under HT wires
Issue 7
Issue 8

Athletes miss national selections due to Dengue
33% children born to HIV patients have HIV
Enrolment in employment exchange drops to all-time low

More residents opt for rainwater harvesting
Climate change gives silk cocoon industry a rough ride
No foot overbridge in several railway stations of Bangalore.
Bangalore Metro work blocks Jnanabharti rail halt
TTMC’S soon to have breast feeding rooms

Issue 9

Dead body found in Vrishabhavati River
Potholes continue to be a menace to Bangalore
Business water logged
BBMP Hospitals Understaffed
Sewage flows into Munnekolala lake
Horn Not OK Please
Tattoo with care
Dysentery hots dogs in the city

Issue 10

The flood in Kurubarahalli not only took lives but brought its existence into question
Bangalore hits a century on number of places with no graduates
Self help groups rely more on borrowing loan from banks
Diwali is not proving to help the GST stricken white good markets
Psychometric tests in school staffs, not a guarantee of student's safety

Dailies 1_Day 1

Bulletin
Public stand on the KPME bill
Karnataka crosses national average in case of diabetes
Bangalore sees a rise in TB case
Infections go viral in the city
Pigeons can be dangerous for humans
High tension wires leave monkeys limbless
Accidents increase on dark Whitefield road
Accidents on the rise in Honnalli
Ten in a lakh people have Parkinson's disease in India
Anaemia on the rise in the state
Crowds throng ISL for home match
Watch your back while driving on KR Puram road

New rule on name boards by BBMP, delayed

Dailies 1_Day 2

Bulletin

NIMHANS is understaffed
Most lakes in Bangalore unfit for aquatic speciess
Encroachment turns lake into splashing pond
Bangalore wastes a lot of food
Gaurav Gill urges government to support motorsport in India
Illegal telephone tower leads to protest. 
Cows wander roads, block traffic 
Honnali achieves a sustainable development goal.
Decline in number of customers in resto-bars and pubs.
Dengue and Malaria plague people living near Vrishabhavati
Growing need of kidney donors in the city
Power cuts on the rise in Bangalore
Garbage dumps stink up Shivaji Nagar
Bangalore Fort ignored as monument
Dailies 1_Day 3

Bulletin
Farmers oppose state Advisory Price set for sugarcane
Veg prices go up, hit common man
City snakes hit by double whammy
Dyeing industry workers suffer from hazards
Technology in health fails to reach rural Karnataka.
NIMHANS Virtual Knowledge Network  project a success
Special Children show off drawing skills
Few public toilets in state result in poor sanitation
Sun city main road in shambles 
Bpl card holders deprived of wheat
Dailies 1_Day 4

Bulletin
Plastic continues to be used in the city
Police to crack down on faulty number plates
81% of children aged between 12-15 smoke
Some city schools lack teachers
Increase in demand for hybrid sunflower seeds
Lack of electricity in Shiggaon
Sticking up for underprivileged children
More students dropout after lower primary
Karnataka Film Industry incurs a loss of crores
Krumbeigal to be replaced by replica
Prakash Raj takes a stand on cyber bullying
Doctors avoid Mundargi for fear of violence
Dailies 1_Day 5

Bulletin
'Sexy Durga' arouses controversies and protests
It's Murder not suicide, says D. K. Ravi's mother
Irregular rainfall patterns affect claims life in Kalaghatagi
More co-working spaces come up in city
Bangalore city faces a lack of teachers
Online specialisation for doctors
Government brings No Bag Day, students rejoice
Students find a new way to measure bacteria growth
Most inclusive pride march in India
Para athletes yet to receive promised prizes
SAI starts grass-root plan for young footballers
Ambedkar Sene allege 5 cops of Annapoorneshwari Police Station of harass event

Issue 11

Lack of funds, white-topping grinds to halt

Shops lose business due to incomplete Hennur flyover

Mobile Indira Canteens moving on a slow track

Driving without license, not a good idea

Issue 12

Bulletin
Indian millets go on line
They work for their supper
Bangalore non-ISI helmet ban hits vendors hard
Fish pedicures have a nasty bite to them

Issue 13

Bulletin
The city is seeing an increase in the number of pedestrian deaths

NRI Sikhs claim illegal arrests, ban diplomats from gurudwaras
New guidelines for adoption give birth to problems
City’s transformer shifting rate is shocking

Issue 14
Issue

Bulletin
Gauri Day supporters protest extremism

City wakes up to gluten-free food

Poultry sales drop after bird flu in city

Wholesale fish vendors see rise in sales

Parks in city go green with rain water harvesting

Issue 15

Bulletin

Union Budget 2018 in here!

Food wastage in Indira Canteens

Looking for a PG? Look again.

Migratory birds keep away from the city

Super moon makes the city super excited

Fewer Tibetans apply for Indian Passports

Increase in wrong parking cases in the city

Issue 16

Bulletin

Daily wage workers hardest hit during bundhs

City sees increase in number of suicides

Sexual violence against children on the rise

The deaf association seeks to cash a rain check

City temples chant zero waste mantra

More jobs in the state hospitality industry

Issue 17

BULLETIN 3B

Daily wage workers hardest hit during bundhs

City sees increase in number of suicides

Sexual violence against children on the rise

The deaf association seeks to cash a rain check

City temples chant zero waste mantra

More jobs in the state hospitality industry

Para athletes demand better facilities

Issue 18

BULLETIN 4A

Nalapad bail plea verdict postponed

State government vehicles for the differently abled

Women's games festival held in Sree Kanteerva stadium today

Rural fair leaves traders disappointed

BBMP misses street vendors; extends deadline

Biffes focuses on justice

Over Rs. 1,000 crore of state lawmaker funds unused

 

Issue 19

BULLETIN 4B

BBMP releases its annual budget

Pourakarmikas still await their pay hike 

Technology creates a miracle for terminally blind people

BJP launches 14 day 'Bangalore Rakshana Yatra'

Leopards prowl the streets of Bangalore

Citizens fight for a safer Bangalore.

The brand new designed Church Street is now open for public use

Issue 20

Sri-Lankan emergency disrupts travel and vacation plans

BBMP saplings die thirsty

Slaughter ban makes butchers unhappy

Contract Nurses of Kidwai Memorial on strike

Usha Bindushri missing over a decade, family stages protest

JDS members march for elections

Indian Institute of horticulture develops new farming products

Issue 21

BSNL contract workers protest

Acid attack survivors struggle for financial assistance

City Aadhar centres move slowly

Shortage of tickets stirs aggression in the ISL followers.

Fruitful summer for vendors

Sandalwood faces losses despite attempts to curb piracy 

Athletic club shifts the relay destination to Mysuru

 

Issue 22

No space for sparrows to nest in the city

CCTV cameras in exam centres bring down cheating

AAP lists 18 candidates for state election

Fewer dental visits, bad oral hygiene among children

Fewer autorickshaws on Bangalore roads

Police road residents can’t step out

Twitter launches 'Blood Matters' initiative


Issue 23

Tenth state board exams start tomorrow, students anxious

Increase in demand of Bike Ambulance

Fire department releases new app to ease paperwork

Customers unhappy with hike in cab prices

Start-ups turn to bloggers to market their products 

Karnataka sees spike in domestic tourists

Artisans from the Northeast disappointed by sales outcome

Bangalore to utilize new water conservation technologies

Increased technology use calls for tighter cyber security measures

Cartoons captivate the city's young.

Issue 24

There has been an increase in new women voters in the city 

Barricades around Janatha Bazaar causes trouble to shopkeepers

Supreme Court verdict not taken well by Dalit community

Make-up testers might be harmful

Alternative schooling is becoming mainstream

BJP conducts a friendly seminar with auto drivers 

More pets die of chocolate poisoning.

Aircel distributors face losses

Price of tender coconuts climb up

Hanuman statue reaches its destination

BMTC Buses move without first aid boxes

Issue 25

Politicians continue the blame game

MEP - the new national party wanting to break ground

Ccardiac arrest deaths in on the rise

Mangoes to hit the market late this year

Fancy ice cream may be harmful

More drivers demand excess fare

BBMP misses deadline; yet again.

National Consumer Fair disappoints artisans and craftsmen

Commuters wait for buses in the blistering sun

Jan Sena Party aims to win 30-40 seats this election.

Group demands better employment

Issue 26

Local parties gear up this election season

BPAC’s launches campaign against the vote-selling

Advocate Association demands more judges

Fire on NR Road takes hours to douse

Increase in gas cylinder blast cases in the city.

International conference for homeopaths in city soon

Lakes in Sarjapur are being encroached.

Activists protest against amendments in Lake Bill

Ganesha idols POP again

Metro passengers skip a few stations.

More people opting for family graves

Adventure camps popular this summer



 


 


 


 


 


 


 




 

Issue 27

Pourakarmikas find it tough to make ends meet

"Congress's fast is chola-bhatura fast":BJP


 



 

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