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24 December 2019       Issue #107

Dear Reader,
This newsletter brings you updates from the portal www.electronic-city.in. Our mission is to spread neighbourhood awareness to ECitizens and regional information to netizens.
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PRESS NEWS FOR ELECTRONIC CITY

Press news in reverse chronological order
A2B outlet in HSR fined Rs 1 lakh
- for non-segregation & usage of plastic
520 trees in technology corridor may be cut to widen roads
- in the stretch between Bannerghatta, Anekal and Whitefield
FASTags Are Now Mandatory From January 15
- How to buy one
BMTC railway station pick-up
- 54 trips a day. See Schedule.
Infosys to pay California USD 8,00,000
- for misclassification of foreign workers and tax fraud
Carol singers bring joy to the elderly
- from a Church in Singasandra
Life in FASTag lane still bumpy
- 34% at FASTags at E-City, 44% at Attibele
4-year-old run over by school bus
- at Huskur Gate on Hosur Road
Govt. to finally acquire NICE land
- 4.5 acres of land, for metro projects. No compensation
Hulimavu whodunit points at Gottigere
- water diverted from Gottigere flooded Hulimavu lake?
BMTC driver, conductor assaulted on Hosur Road
- the Kudlu Gate stop
Infosys says not aware of any fresh complaints
- following reports of a fresh class action lawsuit
US law firm files class-action suit
- for wrong and misleading statements to market
Hulimangala residents are living a nightmare
- under jurisdiction of Gram Panchayat
Piped gas supply: BTM Layout's loss
- permission denied to dig up new roads
Infy foundation gives Rs 40 cr for metro station
- MoU to give Rs. 100 Cr in 4 instalments
Christ students have to walk on Hosur Road median
- Lane from Lal Bagh to Forum, closed for white topping
Techie gets skimmed at ATM
- at Axis Bank ATM in Naganathpura
Supercars worth Rs. 12 crores seized
- in Attibele for non payment of road tax
Electronic toll system on NICE Road
- FASTags, debit / credit cards or RFID starting 01 December
Mysterious deaths of techies
- in Hebbagodi near Electronic City
Police penalise motorists straying into bus priority lane
- Rs.500 for the first offence and Rs.1,000 thereafter
BETL awarded Rs 492 cr towards claim against NHAI
- prolongation cost due to delay
BMTC bus catches fire, passengers safe
- near the Wipro Office on Neeladri Road in Electronic City
What’s in a stone? A city's age
- Begur older than Bengaluru
BBMP lodges complaint for lake grab
- Navayuga Constructions encroached lake in Beratana Agrahara
Bikers have FOMO
- Bikers want FASTags on Electronic City elevated expressway

Know your Bengaluru

All SaintsAll Saints Church on Hosur Road is 150 years old. The church was built in 1870 by the founder of Bishop Cotton High School, Rev Samuel Taylor Pettigrew with donations from the public , on land that the CSI claims was donated to them by Krishnaraja Wadiyar III. When the CSI accepted Rs.60 Cr as compensation from BMRCL, the Defence ministry claimed ownership of the land. Activists and members of the church are protesting against land acquisition & felling of trees by BMRCL for Namma Metro project. The enchanting church is built in Gothic revival style. The church is home for more than 100 old trees, an old age home and a school for special children.   See more on churches in Bengaluru

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