State reports 1,713 new Covid-19 cases, four deaths

In Bangalore, the leadership of Mount Carmel College (MCC) was convicted for staging a large-scale Independence Day celebration without police permission and causing traffic jams in the central business district on Monday. According to High Grounds Police, around 6,000 to 8,000 people entered the campus despite only 2,000 people having permission to do so. MCC authorities said they were cooperating with the investigation.

A sessional court in Ramanagara, near Bengaluru, issued a non-dischargeable warrant (NBW) against controversial godfather Nithyananda on Thursday. The Third District and Supplementary Session Court issued the NBW in a rape case in 2010. An indefinite warrant was also issued by the court against Nithyananda earlier, but the police were unable to obtain it. secure or know where it is.

Tata Motors wins order for 921 electric buses from Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation

Commercial vehicle manufacturer Tata Motors announced on Thursday that it has won an order for 921 electric buses from Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC). As part of the wider Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL) tender, Tata Motors will supply, operate and maintain 12-meter electric buses for a period of 12 years, in accordance with the contract. (Read more)

A year later, the water quality of Singena Agrahara Lake is improving

More than a year after Lake Singena Agrahara at Anekal in Bengaluru was cleared of encroachments and protected from sewage discharge following a citizens’ initiative, an internal state government report has revealed that the body of water is now pollution-free.

Water samples from the lake were taken by a Bengaluru-based laboratory, the Environmental Health and Safety Research Development Center, on July 13, and analyzed for 35 parameters. The analysis was completed on July 19 and the report was released earlier this month. (Read more)

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