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29th Jan, 2014
DKS brothers caught in a controversy surrounding a historical educational institute of the city.
Members of the LGBT community took part in a candle light vigil against the Supreme Court order criminalising gay sex, in Bangalore on Tuesday 	—DC
29th Jan, 2014
Sexual minority community is hopeful that a curative petition in the SC will get them ju­st­ice.
29th Jan, 2014
Every weekend the bustling commercial areas in Whitefield become inaccessible due to traffic jams.
Sandalwood actors led by Shivarajkumar take out a massive rally against dubbing in films in Bengaluru on Monday. They were joined by various pro-Kannada organisations 	—DC
28th Jan, 2014
A section of Kannada film producers, who are planning to bring in the controversial ‘dubbing’ culture into Kannada film in­du­stry.
28th Jan, 2014
The BBMP made a commitment to set up 198 DWCCs, one in every ward.
28th Jan, 2014
The BBMP, which has a severe shortage of funds, is looking to residents of the city to fill its empty coffers.
JD(S) leader H.D. Kumaraswamy who has lost the post of leader of the opposition, speaks in the assembly.
28th Jan, 2014
BJP members protest demanding CBI probe, transfer of IGP.
Kannada activists and actors Shivarajkumar, Ravichandran, Bharati Vishnuvardhan, among others announce a day long protest against dubbing film, in Bengaluru on Sunday 	—Shashidhar.B
27th Jan, 2014
Various actors, directors and pro-Kannada associations have exte­nded their support to the bandh.




The police said that they opened fire on a mob, which attacked Churachandpur police station, leaving three of the agitators dead. (Photo: AP)
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Supreme Court of India (Photo: PTI)
54 Indian Prisoners of War (POWs) are languishing in Pakistan jails since 1971