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17 December 2021       Issue #131

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Press news in reverse chronological order
Infosys strengthens tax e-filing portal
- ahead of Dec 31 deadline
Micro-containment zones double in just 2 weeks
- Bommanahalli Zone has the maximum of 31 MCZs
Man arrested in murder of Chandapura GP member
- victim Kavya's husband, Muthiraj
Out-of-state passengers use Carmelaram railway station
- to bypass RT-PCR norm
4 arrested for helping Omicron patient flee country
- lab in Electronics City gave fake negative report
Another Omicron case detected
- resident of Bommanahalli had returned from S.Africa
HC lifts curbs on declaring result of BULA constituency
- Bommasandra, Attibele, Anekal come under BULA
Power supply disrupted till December 13
- Electronics City, Konappana Agrahara, Doddathoguru
Huskur may get railway station
- Heelalige facility to be rebuilt
Homebuyers protest, petition RERA against developer
- builder had abandoned construction in Anekal
3 positive Covid-19 cases at pharma unit
- in Bommasandra + 8 cases in NTTF NEC, Electronic City
Illegal battery units razed in Anekal taluk
- in Jigani hobli
Government to fence Shikaripalya lake
- to evict encroachers
Campaign resumes for saving Church trees from metro
- All Saints Church, Hosur Road
Anekal, border areas closely watched
- Anekal being one of the major contributors


News in reverse chronological order
NICE but unsafe
- hit and run vehicle untraced
A pair murdered in Anekal
- GP Member of Chandapura village panchayat
Cops take up minor's rape plaint, with much prodding
- crime near Rayasandra Circle
Navy officer's teenage son dies falling from 4th floor
- SNN Apartment, Begur
Women pickpockets steal gold from BMTC commuter
- Hosur Road to Majestic
CBI files case against ESIC hospital employee
- for misappropriation of funds in Bommasandra

Know your Bengaluru

All SaintsAll Saints Church on Hosur Road is 152 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 online petition states that the suite has extraordinary biodiversity with over 100 species of trees, some over 150 years old.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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