From 1008 3D models of Ayodhya Ram Mandir to talks on opening US Consulate in Bengaluru, here are top 10 news stories of the day!

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06-01-2024

    Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway to implement GPS-based tolling system

    ISRO successfully launches Aditya L1 in Lagrange point L1

    Good news for Virat Kohli fans! Cricketer to skipper RCB again?

1. Bengalurean creates 1008 3D models of Ayodhya Ram Mandir to invoke Lord Rama fervour in devotees

The consecration ceremony for the prana pratistha of Sri Rama in the grand temple is scheduled on January 22. Simultaneously, a young man from Bengaluru has initiated a unique form of Rama Japa. A remarkable effort is underway to create and distribute 1008 3D models of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir to devoted followers of Lord Rama.

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2. Bengaluru: Bikers of India club members will vroom iconic Rajdoot-Yamaha 350 RD to celebrate its 15th anniversary

This Sunday (January 7) at 10 a.m., Hotel Airlines in Bengaluru will witness a thrilling spectacle as the Bikers of India club celebrates its 15th anniversary, focusing on the iconic Rajdoot-Yamaha 350 RD.

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3. Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway: You can soon zoom all the way without any stoppages to pay toll

The Bengaluru-Mysuru expressway is set to implement a GPS-based tolling system, aiming to alleviate traffic congestion and accurately charge motorists based on the specific distance traveled on the highways.

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4. Mission accomplished! ISRO successfully launches Aditya L1 in Lagrange point L1

It’s another feather in ISRO’s cap as it successfully placed Aditya L-1 into Lagrange point L1. It is pertinent to note that L1 is about 1.5 million kilometers from Earth. Interestingly, this happens to be 1% of the distance between the Earth and the Sun.

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5. Bengaluru: Urban Development Department proposes amendments to law to safeguard flat owners’ rights

The Urban Development Department aims to empower apartment owners through proposed amendments to the Karnataka Ownership Flats Act, a 51-year-old legislation.

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6. DAKSH 2024: Christ University helps students shape destinies 

Christ Deemed to be University held DAKSH 2024, a career and education guidance fair on its campus. Through this, it provides an opportunity to several students spreading across different disciplines to understand the nitty-gritty of making informed choices in higher education and careers.

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7. Bengaluru: Prepare to attend Chitra Santhe art fair at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath on January 7

The 21st edition of the Chitra Santhe art fair in Bengaluru is set to showcase diverse artworks from over 1,500 artists representing 22 states. Scheduled for January 7, this one-day mega event, organized by the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath (KCP), will feature a broad spectrum of artistic expressions.

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8. Bengaluru: Specially-abled Christ University student enables audio facilities in public transport systems through PIL

Despite advocate Shreyas Reddy facing visual challenges due to a genetic condition, he actively identifies overlooked aspects and brings them to the attention of relevant authorities. At 28 years, he is committed to improving the lives of Bengalureans, particularly those with compromised vision.

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9. Good news for Virat Kohli fans! Cricketer to skipper RCB again?

For all you Virat Kohli fans, here’s some good news! If reports are to be believed, he is all set to get back the reins of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team once again!

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10. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar: Talks underway to open a US Consulate in Bengaluru

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar expressed his intention on January 5 to encourage the US Ambassador to India to establish a consulate in Bengaluru soon. Jaishankar made this statement while addressing the audience at the launch of his book, “Why Bharat Matters,” held at PES University in Bengaluru. The event was also attended by Bengaluru South MP Tejasvi Surya.

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From 1008 3D models of Ayodhya Ram Mandir to talks on opening US Consulate in Bengaluru, here are top 10 news stories of the day!

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    Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway to implement GPS-based tolling system

    ISRO successfully launches Aditya L1 in Lagrange point L1

    Good news for Virat Kohli fans! Cricketer to skipper RCB again?

1. Bengalurean creates 1008 3D models of Ayodhya Ram Mandir to invoke Lord Rama fervour in devotees

The consecration ceremony for the prana pratistha of Sri Rama in the grand temple is scheduled on January 22. Simultaneously, a young man from Bengaluru has initiated a unique form of Rama Japa. A remarkable effort is underway to create and distribute 1008 3D models of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir to devoted followers of Lord Rama.

Read More:

2. Bengaluru: Bikers of India club members will vroom iconic Rajdoot-Yamaha 350 RD to celebrate its 15th anniversary

This Sunday (January 7) at 10 a.m., Hotel Airlines in Bengaluru will witness a thrilling spectacle as the Bikers of India club celebrates its 15th anniversary, focusing on the iconic Rajdoot-Yamaha 350 RD.

Read More:

3. Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway: You can soon zoom all the way without any stoppages to pay toll

The Bengaluru-Mysuru expressway is set to implement a GPS-based tolling system, aiming to alleviate traffic congestion and accurately charge motorists based on the specific distance traveled on the highways.

Read More:

4. Mission accomplished! ISRO successfully launches Aditya L1 in Lagrange point L1

It’s another feather in ISRO’s cap as it successfully placed Aditya L-1 into Lagrange point L1. It is pertinent to note that L1 is about 1.5 million kilometers from Earth. Interestingly, this happens to be 1% of the distance between the Earth and the Sun.

Read More:

5. Bengaluru: Urban Development Department proposes amendments to law to safeguard flat owners’ rights

The Urban Development Department aims to empower apartment owners through proposed amendments to the Karnataka Ownership Flats Act, a 51-year-old legislation.

Read More:

6. DAKSH 2024: Christ University helps students shape destinies 

Christ Deemed to be University held DAKSH 2024, a career and education guidance fair on its campus. Through this, it provides an opportunity to several students spreading across different disciplines to understand the nitty-gritty of making informed choices in higher education and careers.

Read More:

7. Bengaluru: Prepare to attend Chitra Santhe art fair at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath on January 7

The 21st edition of the Chitra Santhe art fair in Bengaluru is set to showcase diverse artworks from over 1,500 artists representing 22 states. Scheduled for January 7, this one-day mega event, organized by the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath (KCP), will feature a broad spectrum of artistic expressions.

Read More:

8. Bengaluru: Specially-abled Christ University student enables audio facilities in public transport systems through PIL

Despite advocate Shreyas Reddy facing visual challenges due to a genetic condition, he actively identifies overlooked aspects and brings them to the attention of relevant authorities. At 28 years, he is committed to improving the lives of Bengalureans, particularly those with compromised vision.

Read More:

9. Good news for Virat Kohli fans! Cricketer to skipper RCB again?

For all you Virat Kohli fans, here’s some good news! If reports are to be believed, he is all set to get back the reins of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team once again!

Read More:

10. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar: Talks underway to open a US Consulate in Bengaluru

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar expressed his intention on January 5 to encourage the US Ambassador to India to establish a consulate in Bengaluru soon. Jaishankar made this statement while addressing the audience at the launch of his book, “Why Bharat Matters,” held at PES University in Bengaluru. The event was also attended by Bengaluru South MP Tejasvi Surya.

Read More:

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