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Meena hostile in BBMP graft case

Senior IAS officer, former BBMP and BDA commissioner, and present principal secretary to the
government in the agriculture department, Bharat Lal Meena, a witness for the prosecution in a case involv

BBMP may take bite out of watchdog


The BBMP Employees’ Association has called off its protest on Friday evening following an assurance by Mayor D. Venkatesh Murthy that its demands will be looked into by Monday.

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BBMP’s garbage city

K. Ramakrishnaiah, 58, who had come all the way from Dobbspet to the BBMP west zone office to make a correction in the khata document of a property, had to return empty-handed as the BBMP zonal office

Plastic Tricolour banned this I-Day

Two government agencies in Bengaluru are trying their best to eliminate plastic patriotism this Independence Day. The BBMP and the State Pollution Control Board have banned the sale of plastic Tricolo

Their vice, City’s price

It’s a confrontation that was waiting to happen. While the Bangalore Metropolitan Task Force (BMTF) has gone about its job and pulled up those it believes are responsible for letting Bengaluru’s upke

No BBMP licence fee for industries

If all goes as planned by the state government, trade licences to industries will become history.
Participating at an interaction at the Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry on Tu

Will E-city escape BBMP clutches?

With the state government deciding to take Electronic City out of the purview of the Palike and accord it industrial township status — in effect a warning to the BBMP to keep its hands off the IT and

BBMP engineers angry with BMTF

Ward-level infrastructure works will be affected as civil engineers began a dharna in front of the BBMP head office on Wednesday, alleging highhandedness by the Bengaluru Metropolitan Task Force (BMTF

Please BBMP, spare E-City

It’s an example of private initiative at its best. A little developed spot on the city’s outskirts is today a hub of industrial activity, boasting of the best of facilities in sanitation and transport

BBMP trying to hush up deaths

Around eight people have died and over 200 are suffering from dengue fever as the BBMP has failed to keep mosquitoes under control in the city. What is worse is that the BBMP is not willing to face fa

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