Subscribe to ECity Digest

  FREE Monthly Email Newsletter   Mobile friendly
 

ECity Digest

Monthly Newsletter from:

www.electronic-city.in
27 January 2022       Issue #132

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.
-Team ECity Bangalore

ECITY FEATURED SCHOOL

ECity School Brookfield High is a contemporary school affiliated to ICSE, offering Nursery to Class 10. A blend of Montessori, Reggio and Nursery methods are followed in the nursery and pre-primary classes. For higher grades, the school offers ICSE curriculum. Brookfield High promises to address the future needs of an increasingly globalised Indian economy. The school aims at developing superior communication skills and passion for diverse domains. Brookfield High is located near Electronic City and is easily accessible from the Hosur Road.   More about Brookfield High...

ECITY BANGALORE EDUCATION

Electronic City Schools
Entrance Exam Coaching

ECITY BIZLIST 2022

ECity Bizlist 2022 ECity Healthcare

PRESS NEWS FOR ELECTRONIC CITY

Press news in reverse chronological order
No Covid-negative certificate required to return to work
- health official demanded bribes to issue certificates
Experts lambast decision to keep schools closed
- when most other sectors allowed to function
About keeping your child safe and healthy
- Dr Sreenath Manikanti, Electronic City
Bengaluru to get 1500 electric buses
- Centre's Grand Challenge plan for 9 cities
Akshaya Patra Foundation to vaccinate 25,000 people
- at its kitchen premises in Jigani
Bengaluru schools to stay shut till January 29
- says education minister
Karnataka government lifts weekend curfew
- night curfew remains
Covid-19 cases to peak at 35,000 next week
- as on 19 Jan, in Bengaluru
Govt land grabbed by gated community
- 24 guntas encroached by Vakil Developers
Repeated cases against Azim Premji land duo in jail
- representatives of a non-existent company
Namma Metro Phase 3 to be completed by 2024
- says BMRCL
3 dental colleges get notices for excess fees
- Oxford Dental College one of them
Immunity booster
- for age 60+, healthcare workers and frontline staff
3rd wave: Covid surge in 10 Bengaluru wards
- Begur, HSR Layout, Koramangala wards at Level 5
Confusion prevails over travel by road
- hurdles at checkpoints
Contact tracing teams reactivated
- source of infection traced to fruit market near E-City
Bengaluru's first double-decker flyover
- road-cum-rail flyover between Ragigudda and Silk Board
iD Fresh raises Rs.507 crore
- to foray into US, GCC, UK markets
Suburban rail should start where Namma Metro ends
- example: Bommasandra to Attibele
Vaccination drive for children in 15-18 age group
- students can register on CoWIN portal or visit school
Smart electricity meters for all households
- in Bengaluru by March 2025
Views divided on proposed airport at Hosur
- in Krishnagiri district, TN
Over 2100 acres of BNP encroached
- 700+ cases registered

CRIME, FRAUD, ACCIDENTS AROUND E-CITY

News in reverse chronological order
Home Minister seeks report of Central Prison
- after viral video of inmate enjoying favours
22 yr old aerospace engineer abducted by techie
- from her PG in Electronic City
Man, son held for killing realtor
- who nixed their land deal
Serial collision accident on NICE Road
- 4 killed, 2 of them residents of Electronic City
Realtor hacked to death
- armed gang in Anekal
Hacked in public view, she saw it coming
- Archana Reddy (42), resident of Jigani
Youth jumps to death from elevated expressway
- parents have no clue as to why he jumped
Husband, his friend held for woman's murder
- at Hosa Road junction on Hosur Road

Know your Bengaluru

LalbaghLal Bagh was given the status of a Government Botanical Garden in 1856. The 240 acres garden is currently under the aegis of the Directorate of Horticulture, Government of Karnataka, India. Designed in 1760, it was a private garden of the then ruler of Mysore, Hyder Ali and later developed by his son Tipu Sultan. It has been the venue for biannual flower shows on Independence Day and Republic Day. R-Day 2020 was the last flower show, after which 4 flower shows have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   More about Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Bengaluru...

FOLLOW US

Twitter FaceBook Instagram YouTube

CONTACT

Subscribe Unsubscribe Advertise
Back Issues
2024 : Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2023 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2022 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2021 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2020 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2019 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   26 Jan   15 Jan
2018 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2017 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2016 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2015 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2014 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2013 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2012 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar   Feb   Jan
2011 : Dec   Nov   Oct   Sep   Aug   Jul   Jun   May   Apr   Mar