Bengaluru News


Bengaluru back indoors for a week from Tuesday, govt locks down 2 districts

Will be more strict, says minister; Huge surge in Covid-19 cases prompts decision

published : 16 hours ago

Locals blame BBMP for leachate leak, officials deny allegations

The residents of Chikkanagamangala protested against the BBMP again, as leachate allegedly started flowing out of a waste management plant on Friday night.

published : 16 hours ago

Chest X-rays can give COVID-19 test results in just 10 minutes: Expert

According to Dr Vishal Rao, member of the Covid consultative group and onco surgeon who initiated the project, X-rays can be used to screen Covid-19 patients which is cost effective.

published : 16 hours ago

Death on a COVID-19 bed: Telangana doctors struggle to cope mentally

Healthcare system will collapse soon, stay safe, stay indoors, they advise; Lockdown not used to upgrade facilities, they say.

published : 16 hours ago

RWAs can charge citizens for mini, community-based CCCs

They pointed out that all RWAs should follow the set guidelines and protocols listed by the government.

published : 16 hours ago

Kerala gold smuggling case: NIA detains prime accused Swapna Suresh, Sandeep Nair in Bengaluru

Swapna, Sarith and Sandeep Nair of Thiruvananthapuram and Fazil Fareed of Ernakulam have been listed in the smuggling case as accused.

published : 11 Jul 2020

Karnataka imposes one week lockdown in Bengaluru urban, rural from July 14

During this period hospitals facilities, groceries, milk, vegetables, medicines and other daily use items will be available, also already scheduled Medical exams will be held.

published : 11 Jul 2020

RPF ASI posted near Bengaluru tests positive for COVID-19, first in division to do so

While the cop was posted at Devanagundi outpost near Bengaluru, RPF staff were encouraged by officials to voluntarily go in for health check-ups.

published : 11 Jul 2020

RWAs told to be more involved in Covid care

The Health and Family Welfare Department on Friday instructed resident welfare associations (RWAs) to enter into tie-ups with medical teams for regular clinical support of Covid patients.

published : 11 Jul 2020

Gaze-controlled robotic arm to aid speech and motor impaired

The gaze-controlled computer interfaces can help them perform various tasks on par with their non-disabled peers.

published : 11 Jul 2020

Who gives a damn?

It all started with an innocuous phone call in the morning. Usually if the bells toll in the morning it’s invariably for me.

published : 11 Jul 2020

Get on video call for passport interviews soon

Covid pandemic forces Koramangala office to adopt tech for public safety

published : 11 Jul 2020

‘State government should invest more in Bengaluru’

Bengaluru’s biggest issue is its lack of proper infrastructure.

published : 11 Jul 2020

The fear of inner solitude

There is fear of inner solitude only in relation to something else.

published : 11 Jul 2020

Wheels of worry

While the need for ambulance drivers has been high and the transportation and tourism industry has been hit hard, a lot of the drivers have decided to step in and fill the gap.

published : 11 Jul 2020