No more queues to buy tickets at the metro, BMRCL has plans to make metro traveling easier. Archita Srivastava 19-11-2019 There are limited metro ticket counter staff and discarded ticket-vending machines at the major metro stations. BMRCL plans to launch a mobile app to recharge metro cards. Currently, it takes up 5 to 10 minutes […]
It has become more difficult to adopt a child as the number of adoptions have gone down over the last year. By Nikita Gupta Date: November 19, 2019 Central Adoption Resource Authority, CARA, shows a fall in the number of adoptions from 294 to 237 in the past one year in the state of Karnataka. […]
Stories in and around Bangalore. Top Story – Passengers using BMTC buses find they have to wait longer for their buses. Reporter: Saprishi Chakraborty Second Story – Customers do not get notes of the lower denomination from local ATMs in the city. Reporter: Swalpi Bajpai Third Story – BBMP has not met the target to plant saplings of trees […]
Stories in and around Bangalore. Top Story – Delay in the supply of grains to government ration shops. The delay in grains supply to ration shops is causing inconvenience to the consumers. Reporter: Harshith.V Second Story – Govt’s generic medicines –Out of Stock. Sanitary pads and generic medicines have been out of stock at Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi […]
26th September 2019 Thursday 17:00 IST The Top Story- Irregularities in Senior Citizen Pensions Senior citizens of Karnataka, living under the poverty line, still get Rs. 600 per month despite the hike announced by the state government in 2018. The second story- Insufficient amount released for Government School Maintenance Government schools are paid only 12,500 rupees under […]
Batch A students tried to work out the news bulletin collectively . The top stories included issues related to inaccessiblity of drinking water, unfenced storm water drains,untimely payment of wages to the labourers,open cable wires and rise in two-wheelers on footpath.
We are pleased to present our fourth bulletin of Dailies. Some of the stories that we have published are delay in work at government offices due to election duties, increased sale in smaller properties in the city, deaf sports person not getting funds and election campaigns in Bengaluru Central Parliamentary Constituency.
We are pleased to present our third bulletin of Dailies. Few of the stories that we have published are HIV patients not getting treatment from doctors in the city, Issues of Call Drop in the city, Technology used by oil companies to prevent theft and how BJP, Congress parties are giving their last shots to […]