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30 November 2022       Issue #142

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Press news in reverse chronological order
Top 10 Companies currently hiring
- to hire 8L to 10L people by the end of 2023
Delimitation of wards
- Hulimavu & some wards partly in 2 constituencies
- public toilet in Kudlu ward
EV scooter manufacturer sets up new plant
- Ather Energy, in Hosur
Biggest iPhone manufacturing unit to come up
- to create 6000 jobs
For crying out loud, fix Begur's roads
- uneven roads with potholes and loose stones
Act on stopping sewage ingress, says PCB
- Yarandahalli Lake
This Kadalekai Parishe has a surprise
- Theppotsava at Kempambudhi Lake
Whose civic amenity site is it anyway
- Nisarga Layout in Anekal
No one seems to care about Hosur Road
- Biocon chief Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Indospace MoU with state
- to invest Rs. 3000 Crores
Rejuvenation effort going down the drain
- Shikaripalya Lake near Electronic City
Waste processing comes halted, amidst mounting rejects
- compost plant in Kudlu
Tenders to restore Chandapura, Muthanallur lakes
- to be restored by mid 2023


Press news in reverse chronological order
BJP leader's son, 20 others booked for attacking staff
- at 'the Village' restaurant in Electronic City
Woman raped by bike taxi driver
- enroute to Electronic City
Suicide after released from jail
- attempted to kill husband of the Taluka Panchayath President
Man who tried to rob bank caught, thrashed
- Catholic Syrian Bank, Begur branch
Man killed in accident on Electronics City expressway
- tempo traveller rammed on Prakash (56) motorcycle
Boy hurt in road rage may lose vision
- when angry scooterist broke the car's window glass

Know your Bengaluru

Bull TempleBull Temple Road in Basavanagudi, is venue for Kadalekayi Parishe, the historic annual groundnut fair celebrated at the end of the Karthika month. After a 2 years break for COVID-19, this year the fair returned from 21 - 23 November. Special morning Puja was followed by event inauguration in the evening by the Hon.CM Basavaraj Bommai. Raw, roasted, boiled, spicy groundnuts were sold between Rs. 50-80 per litre. Security was beefed up in Basavanagudi Bull Temple Road to cope up with the thronging crowds. Legend goes that a bull which trampled the groundnut crops, was appeased only when the farmers prayed to Lord Shiva promising to offer their first harvest to Basavanna, the bull.
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