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Bengaluru Bulls top the ongoing Pro Kabaddi League in Zone B while at the other end of the spectrum are newbies Tamil Thalaivas.
After being pounded by a record-breaking downpour early this week, the city is on the road to recovery.
When Bengaluru FC had a hint Gurpreet was coming, they registered him for their AFC Cup squad on August 6 with his passport.
The spell of monsoon appears to be going from bad to worse as one of the wettest months in the year in prime catchment areas is turning out to be unnaturally dry.
The joy of Pichandi J Jayaraman knew no bounds as he met his eldest child, 20-year-old Karthi P Pichandi, after four years.
Police are yet to find any suitable leads in the case where MP of Bengaluru Rural D K Suresh was threatened over the phone.
A man was hurt when a part of JC Road caved in; water sumps contaminated with sewage added to people’s woes
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday said the announcement of the Indira Canteens was not a political gimmick.
The first gaffe was when Rahul Gandhi forgot the canteen was named after his grandmother Indira Gandhi, and referred to it as Amma canteen.
Rahul Gandhi also criticised Arun Jaitley for saying that farm loan waiver was not the policy of the Union government and said the Congress would force the BJP to make it their policy.
The under construction building on the verge of collapse at Ejipura, made life difficult for several residents.
Upset over failing in exams, a 22-year-old engineering student committed suicide at his brother’s house in Coffee Board Layout in Amurthahalli on Monday.
4, including 2 brothers, injured as tree falls on government school premises
BBMP tries to restore normalcy as roads turn into rivers, and many houses flooded.
Six women take shelter on a tractor to save their lives for nearly seven hours.