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Bangalore techie goes missing in Andhra Pradesh


Bengaluru: The family of company director M.V. Prabhu are worried about his safety.  After he crossed a toll booth in Maoist affected Kurnool at midnight on January 12, there has been no trace of him

Bengaluru: Constable shoots sub-inspector to death


Bengaluru: In the first-ever such incident in Bengaluru, the Station House Officer (SHO) of Rajanakunte police station on the city’s outskirts, was shot dead by a constable after an altercation over

Parrot picks death cards

Bengaluru: A 17-year-old Christ College student committed suicide after parting with his parents' fortune to a fortune-teller and not being able to make a girl fall in love with him as predicted and

150 LeT members will avenge Kasab: Mail


Investigating and anti-terror agencies in the country are on high alert after another threat mail claim­ed that about 150 LeT operatives have entered India to carry out a bigger attack, similar to 26/

Laid waste by BBMP

That the BBMP has made a mess of garbage disposal is becoming clearer by the day as the city continues to suffer the stench of uncleared waste in many areas. The problem is worse in some localities th

Loco derails, hits Metro service

Metro services were disrupted in the early hours of Thursday as a road-cum-rail battery loco derailed. Commuters had to find their own way to their offices. Services were back to normal only after 10

Stir off, but garbage woes pile up

With new garbage contractors lined up, the BBMP is confident that the garbage mess dogging the city can be tackled effectively. But it may just have to contend with problems from another quarter, whic

Mail bomb cafe traced, arrests soon: Mirji

Police commissioner Jyothiprakash Mirji confirmed on Tuesday that the cybercafé from where an email threatening to avenge the execution of 26/11 convict Ajmal Kasab, which was sent to various investig

BJP blows away BSY men


Sending out a tough message to loyalists of former chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, BJP state president K.S. Eshwarappa said none of them would get tickets in the Assembly polls.

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Slums to get legal water connections

In an attempt to plug leakages and reduce unaccounted for water, the BWSSB will install water meters in 96 slums in the core areas of Bengaluru. Slum dwellers now get free water supply from public tap

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