Train passengers from New Delhi protest mandatory institutional quarantine, BMTC mulling restarting services with safety norms, government announces third economic package – read more on news from the city this week, in our roundup.
Bengalureans are dealing with a range of problems arising from the lockdown – rising food prices, restrictions in accessing essential commodities, job insecurity and difficulty paying rent. Read the updates on these issues, in our weekly roundup.
Bengaluru has been declared as a COVID-19 hotspot, and it’s dealing with several issues – food supply to migrant labourers, vehicles on the road despite lockdown, and even abandoned animals in pet shops. Read more in our weekly roundup.
Metro travel restricted on account of COVID-19, water quality in 129 houses tested, fresh clearances needed for Peripheral Ring Road project – catch up on news from the city over the past week, in our roundup.
Corona and cholera cases reported, Bannerghatta National Park’s eco-sensitive zone cut by 100 sq km, court orders removal of hazardous transformers – catch up on news from the city this week, in our roundup.
As more COVID-19 cases were suspected, BBMP held meetings with IT company representatives and mall operators last week to discuss protocols. Catch up on other news from the city over the past week, in our roundup.
Bengaluru’s first road-cum-Metro rail flyover in progress, over 17,000 people screened for coronavirus in Kempegowda International Airport so far – read more on this and other news from the city this week, in our roundup
Restaurants hike food prices by 20 per cent, citizens slam move to increase electricity tariff, garbage marshals collect over Rs 22 lakh as fines in January – read more on news from the city over the past week, in our roundup.