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Deadline closes in, BPL cardholders in a tight spot

HUBBALLI: Raghavendra Y was knackered, livid and close to losing it. But, he knew that his day had only just begun. The visually challenged resident had lined up outside the Glass House on Saturday to get his BPL card renewed. The process, however, ... Times of India, 5 days ago

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Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago

Bagalkot town finds a home in Correa's plan

Unlike Bengaluru and Mysuru that are grappling with civic issues like blocked drains and garbage clearance, New Bagalkot, a small town of around one lakh population, doesn't have any such problem. For, when Charles Correa, the country's greatest ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Architect Charles Correa had a special bond with Bagalkot

HUBBALLI: Internationally acclaimed architect Charles Correa, who died on Wednesday, had a special bond with the people of Bagalkot as he had prepared the blueprint for Navanagar township. It was built to rehabilitate thousands of people who got ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Correa's designs lent distinct look to Bengaluru's homes, offices

His work found space across the world, and Bengaluru too treasures some of Charles Correa's most iconic buildings and a few carefully preserved residences. Correa, who died in Mumbai on Tuesday at the age of 84, described himself as an activist and ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

The Bangalore Urban Connect

Charles Correa had a deep and significant connection to Bengaluru. He was the consulting architect for the Government of Karnataka from 1975 to 1978. He lived in the city and even set up an office in the late 80s. He helped set up the design cell ...
 Bangalore Mirror2 weeks ago

CID Will Probe Cricket Betting Case, Says CM

HUBBALLI: The state government has decided to hand over the cricket betting case to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to ensure that the guilty are brought to book, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said. Speaking to reporters here on ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Cricket betting: CID raids constables' houses

CID police on Saturday morning, raided the houses of two police constables who were suspended from service on charges of co-operation in cricket betting. After the cricket betting case was handed over to the CID, a team led by SPKumaraswamy raided the houses ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

20-yr-old orphan girl enters into wedlock

HUBBALLI: The State Home for Women at Shiradinagar, Hubballi, wore an unusual look on Thursday. Its premises was decorated with buntings and flowers, making the atmosphere celebratory. The occasion was special for one of its inmates Laxmi, a ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Heavy rain inflicts Rs 27 lakh damage on Hescom

HUBBALLI: The Hubballi Electricity Supply Company (Hescom) suffered losses of around Rs 27 lakh due to rain which lashed the twin cities recently. Many electric poles and transformers were damaged when trees fell on them. Officers of the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Rosario Sylvester Fernandes (73), Derebail, Konchady, Mangalore

from Rahul Advertisers Rosario Sylvester Fernandes (73), (formerly Attavar, now residing at Landlinks, Derebail), husband of the late Regina Theresa Fernandes, father of Rajesh Jude / Genevieve Sunita and Judith Rani Fernandes, grandfather of ...
 Daijiworldcom1 month ago
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