From cardiologist Manjunath retiring to Namma Metro ridership hitting100-cr mark, here are top 10 news of the day!

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24-01-2024

    Cardiologist Manjunath to hang up his boots this January 31

    Man dupes woman of Rs 1.10 crore in Karnataka's Mandya

    Namma Metro ridership crosses 100-cr mark since 2011

1.  Cardiologist Manjunath’s legacy: Transforming a 300-bed hospital into a 2000-bed medical hub, treating 75L patients!

It’s the end of an era as Dr CN Manjunath, the director of Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology is all set to retire on January 31. The government has decided not to extend his services.

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2. Karnataka: Man dupes woman of Rs 1.10 crore in the name of donating Rs 25 cr for building school

In a fraud that is hard to believe, a conman, posing himself as a rich charitable man, cheated a woman and her charitable trust of Rs 1.10 crore in Karnataka’s Mandya.

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3. Bengaluru: Namma Metro ridership crosses 100-cr mark since 2011

Since its inception in 2011, the Namma Metro, its ridership has crossed the 100-cr mark. 51% of the users have a smart card. 31% of the users use tokens for travel. 14% of the users procure tickets through the Quick Response (QR) code.

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4. Bengaluru: Parinav found 3 days after he went missing

Parinav who was missing from the Whitefield region of Bengaluru since January 21st has finally been found. He was spotted in the Nampally metro station in Hyderabad.

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5. Karnataka: Police caution android users against using ‘Pink WhatsApp’

Beware of using Whatsapp with a pink icon. Hackers are using this platform for committing fraud. The Bengaluru police are on alert mode in light of this development.

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6. Anand Mahindra emphasises importance of off-road vehicles through Pani Puri seller

A video of B.Tech Pani Puri Wali, Tapsi Upadhyaya, a 22-year-old entrepreneur has captured everyone’s attention. Her Pani Puri cart is towed with the help of a Mahindra Thar.

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7. Bengaluru: 241 cases booked against a two-wheeler, collective fine stands at ₹1,25,500

As many as 241 cases have been booked against a two-wheeler owner Manjunath in Bengaluru. The two-wheeler bears the number KA01JH3577. He has been booked for violating several traffic rules like jumping signals, helmetless driving among others. His collective fine stands at ₹1,25,500.

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8. Ayodhya Ram Mandir: This is how another idol of Ram Lalla, chiselled by another Kannadiga looks

While the idol sculpted by Karnataka’s Arun Yogiraj was installed ritualistically at the Ayodhya Ram temple, here is another idol sculpted by another Kannadiga sculptor Ganesh L Bhat.

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9. Using AI, Delhi police crack murder case, arrest accused

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can change the very way criminology can work. In its latest exhibition, the Delhi police have used it to crack a murder case.

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10. TMC to contest all 42 seats in West Bengal; ‘Congress rejected my proposals,’ Mamata claims

Mamata Banerjee has announced that the Trinamool Congress (TMC) would contest all the 42 seats in the West Bengal Lok Sabha elections.

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From cardiologist Manjunath retiring to Namma Metro ridership hitting100-cr mark, here are top 10 news of the day!

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    Cardiologist Manjunath to hang up his boots this January 31

    Man dupes woman of Rs 1.10 crore in Karnataka's Mandya

    Namma Metro ridership crosses 100-cr mark since 2011

1.  Cardiologist Manjunath’s legacy: Transforming a 300-bed hospital into a 2000-bed medical hub, treating 75L patients!

It’s the end of an era as Dr CN Manjunath, the director of Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology is all set to retire on January 31. The government has decided not to extend his services.

Read more

2. Karnataka: Man dupes woman of Rs 1.10 crore in the name of donating Rs 25 cr for building school

In a fraud that is hard to believe, a conman, posing himself as a rich charitable man, cheated a woman and her charitable trust of Rs 1.10 crore in Karnataka’s Mandya.

Read more

3. Bengaluru: Namma Metro ridership crosses 100-cr mark since 2011

Since its inception in 2011, the Namma Metro, its ridership has crossed the 100-cr mark. 51% of the users have a smart card. 31% of the users use tokens for travel. 14% of the users procure tickets through the Quick Response (QR) code.

Read more

4. Bengaluru: Parinav found 3 days after he went missing

Parinav who was missing from the Whitefield region of Bengaluru since January 21st has finally been found. He was spotted in the Nampally metro station in Hyderabad.

Read more

5. Karnataka: Police caution android users against using ‘Pink WhatsApp’

Beware of using Whatsapp with a pink icon. Hackers are using this platform for committing fraud. The Bengaluru police are on alert mode in light of this development.

Read more

6. Anand Mahindra emphasises importance of off-road vehicles through Pani Puri seller

A video of B.Tech Pani Puri Wali, Tapsi Upadhyaya, a 22-year-old entrepreneur has captured everyone’s attention. Her Pani Puri cart is towed with the help of a Mahindra Thar.

Read more

7. Bengaluru: 241 cases booked against a two-wheeler, collective fine stands at ₹1,25,500

As many as 241 cases have been booked against a two-wheeler owner Manjunath in Bengaluru. The two-wheeler bears the number KA01JH3577. He has been booked for violating several traffic rules like jumping signals, helmetless driving among others. His collective fine stands at ₹1,25,500.

Read more

8. Ayodhya Ram Mandir: This is how another idol of Ram Lalla, chiselled by another Kannadiga looks

While the idol sculpted by Karnataka’s Arun Yogiraj was installed ritualistically at the Ayodhya Ram temple, here is another idol sculpted by another Kannadiga sculptor Ganesh L Bhat.

Read more

9. Using AI, Delhi police crack murder case, arrest accused

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can change the very way criminology can work. In its latest exhibition, the Delhi police have used it to crack a murder case.

Read more

10. TMC to contest all 42 seats in West Bengal; ‘Congress rejected my proposals,’ Mamata claims

Mamata Banerjee has announced that the Trinamool Congress (TMC) would contest all the 42 seats in the West Bengal Lok Sabha elections.

Read more

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