From Maharashtra Speaker ruling in favour of Eknath Shinde to closure of Peenya Elevated Highway from January 16 to 19 for load testing, here are top 10 news stories of the day!

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10-01-2024

    Citing politicisation of event, Congress not to attend Ram Mandir inauguration

    Namma Metro earned monthly revenue of Rs 55 crore in December 2023

    Over 5,900 licenses of drivers revoked due to surge in fatal accidents

1. Sena vs Sena: Uddhav Thackeray faces setback as Speaker rules in favour of Eknath Shinde

In his Sena vs Sena verdict, Maharashtra Assembly Speaker Rahul Narwekar has ruled in favour of the Eknath Shinde faction of the party as he held them to be the real Shiv Sena. This means that the members of the real Shiv Sena will not be disqualified.

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2. Citing politicisation of event, Congress not to attend Ram Mandir inauguration

At a time when the entire has united for the inauguration of the Ram Mandir at Ayodhya on January 22, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge have declined the invitation for the same.

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3. How Konkani language helped police arrest Suchana Seth!

The murder of a 4-year-old boy allegedly by his own mother Suchana Seth at a Goa hotel has sent shock waves across the country. While her custody continues, here’s an interesting story that reveals how she was caught.

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4. Bengaluru: Dress code unveiled for temple visit by Trustee Board

In a globalised world, there is a constant exchange of cultural values and lifestyle. Bengaluru being hailed as the Silicon Valley of India is also prone to this influence. However certain institutions are keen to preserve their mode of functioning and are hence resistant to this change.

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5. Bengaluru: City to have 50 adaptive traffic signals that can dynamically adjust signal timings based on traffic volume

Bengaluru commuters are poised to experience an increase in the number of adaptive signals, with the prospect of 50 additional signals becoming a reality within the next three months.

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6. Bengaluru: Namma Metro earned monthly revenue of Rs 55 crore in December 2023

The data pertaining to the extent of usage of Namma Metro for the month of December 2023 has been released. Around 2 crore transactions pertaining to travel via the metro services have been recorded.

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7. Bengaluru: Over 5,900 licenses of drivers revoked due to surge in fatal accidents

Over 5,900 licenses in Bengaluru have been revoked due to a surge in fatal accidents. In Bengaluru’s Urban and Rural districts, a total of 5,965 drivers had their licenses revoked for their involvement in fatal accidents.

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8. Bengaluru: Of the 2 million houses, only less than 2 lakh houses have implemented Rain Water Harvesting

A notable sum of Rs 21.24 crore has been amassed through penalties imposed for non-compliance with rainwater harvesting (RWH) regulations until the conclusion of November last year.

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9. Bengaluru: Turkish woman running prostitution racket arrested along with eight others

A Turkish woman, Bioinyaz Swamy Gowda, and eight others were apprehended by the Bengaluru police in a covert operation for orchestrating a prostitution ring using Telegram and other mobile applications.

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10. Bengaluru: Peenya Elevated Highway to be closed from January 16 to 19 for load testing

The Peenya Elevated Highway in Bengaluru is set to be closed for all types of vehicles from January 16 to January 19, as mandated by the Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP).

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From Maharashtra Speaker ruling in favour of Eknath Shinde to closure of Peenya Elevated Highway from January 16 to 19 for load testing, here are top 10 news stories of the day!

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    Citing politicisation of event, Congress not to attend Ram Mandir inauguration

    Namma Metro earned monthly revenue of Rs 55 crore in December 2023

    Over 5,900 licenses of drivers revoked due to surge in fatal accidents

1. Sena vs Sena: Uddhav Thackeray faces setback as Speaker rules in favour of Eknath Shinde

In his Sena vs Sena verdict, Maharashtra Assembly Speaker Rahul Narwekar has ruled in favour of the Eknath Shinde faction of the party as he held them to be the real Shiv Sena. This means that the members of the real Shiv Sena will not be disqualified.

Read More:

2. Citing politicisation of event, Congress not to attend Ram Mandir inauguration

At a time when the entire has united for the inauguration of the Ram Mandir at Ayodhya on January 22, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge have declined the invitation for the same.

Read More:

3. How Konkani language helped police arrest Suchana Seth!

The murder of a 4-year-old boy allegedly by his own mother Suchana Seth at a Goa hotel has sent shock waves across the country. While her custody continues, here’s an interesting story that reveals how she was caught.

Read More:

4. Bengaluru: Dress code unveiled for temple visit by Trustee Board

In a globalised world, there is a constant exchange of cultural values and lifestyle. Bengaluru being hailed as the Silicon Valley of India is also prone to this influence. However certain institutions are keen to preserve their mode of functioning and are hence resistant to this change.

Read More:

5. Bengaluru: City to have 50 adaptive traffic signals that can dynamically adjust signal timings based on traffic volume

Bengaluru commuters are poised to experience an increase in the number of adaptive signals, with the prospect of 50 additional signals becoming a reality within the next three months.

Read More:

6. Bengaluru: Namma Metro earned monthly revenue of Rs 55 crore in December 2023

The data pertaining to the extent of usage of Namma Metro for the month of December 2023 has been released. Around 2 crore transactions pertaining to travel via the metro services have been recorded.

Read More:

7. Bengaluru: Over 5,900 licenses of drivers revoked due to surge in fatal accidents

Over 5,900 licenses in Bengaluru have been revoked due to a surge in fatal accidents. In Bengaluru’s Urban and Rural districts, a total of 5,965 drivers had their licenses revoked for their involvement in fatal accidents.

Read More:

8. Bengaluru: Of the 2 million houses, only less than 2 lakh houses have implemented Rain Water Harvesting

A notable sum of Rs 21.24 crore has been amassed through penalties imposed for non-compliance with rainwater harvesting (RWH) regulations until the conclusion of November last year.

Read More:

9. Bengaluru: Turkish woman running prostitution racket arrested along with eight others

A Turkish woman, Bioinyaz Swamy Gowda, and eight others were apprehended by the Bengaluru police in a covert operation for orchestrating a prostitution ring using Telegram and other mobile applications.

Read More:

10. Bengaluru: Peenya Elevated Highway to be closed from January 16 to 19 for load testing

The Peenya Elevated Highway in Bengaluru is set to be closed for all types of vehicles from January 16 to January 19, as mandated by the Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP).

Read More:

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