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Patients With Rare Diseases Hold Rally

BANGALORE: A rally was held at Freedom Park demanding setting up of a special unit for rare genetic diseases at Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health. The demonstration was organised by Lysosomal Storage Disorder (LSD) Support Society. About 50 ... New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

Traffic curbs near Freedom Park today

BANGALORE: Traffic jams are expected in Majestic and KR Circle areas on Wednesday with KPSC candidates planning to hold a rally. Police said 5,000 protesters are expected to gather at Freedom Park. In an advisory, they warned motorists to avoid ...
 Times of India2 months ago

A literary high

Karnataka Pustakotsava 2014 opened at Freedom Park on Friday The Karnataka Pustakotsava 2014 was inaugurated by poet Siddhalingaiah at Freedom Park in the city on Friday. The book fair, which will be on till September 14, boasts of 130 stalls ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Gandhians want Satyagraha Park, protest Orwell memorial

A group of Gandhians, family members of freedom fighters and local groups in a Bihar town are opposing renovation of a park and house in memory of British author George Orwell as they were denied land to set up a Satyagraha Park. Nearly a month ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago
New Indian Express

Pick a Book and Open a World of Possibilities

BANGALORE: With over 130 stalls offering books in several languages, the 10-day Karnataka Book Fair-2014 began at Freedom Park on Friday. Organised by Happy Club Events in association with the Kannada Book Authority, the fair was inaugurated by ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
New Indian Express

Government Urged to Ban Porn Websites

BANGALORE: About 200 protesters gathered at Cubbon Park on Sunday demanding that the government ban websites displaying pornographic material. We conducted a survey among 3,700 students across various districts in Karnataka and asked boys in ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Cycle to freedom

A cycling rally to claim Bangalore back. Wild Wanderers, an adventure sports organisaton, is calling all young girls and women in Bangalore for a cycle rally to claim back their safe city, as a protest against the many incidents of assault on ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
New Indian Express

With Freedom on Their Minds and Pride in Their Hearts

BANGALORE: The warmth of pride and patriotism embraced Bangalore on Friday as the city rang in the 68th year of Independence of the country. While the day saw children heading to programmes at their schools, with their parents in tow, many working ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
Bangalore Mirror

Students want more years to pass engineering

About 40 students began a hunger strike at Freedom Park on Tuesday against the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) decision to bar them from taking further exams. The students alleged that it was not fair on part of the varsity to limit ...
 Bangalore Mirror2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Cycling for a better Bangalore

BANGALORE: Bangaloreans, techies and otherwise, are now cycling to raise awareness and bring in funds for causes that are close to their hearts. While the causes range from education to sanitation to women empowerment to cancer awareness, the motive ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Bangalore Today for Sept 14  The Hindu1 month ago Bangalore Today for Sept 12  The Hindu1 month ago
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