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On July 9, doctors of Hosmat hospital in Richmond Road, Bengaluru, got a challenging case: a road accident victim, who had a severed leg and detached arm.

The skin, muscles, tendons, nerves, bones, arteries and veins were badly damaged and his femur (thigh bone) was fractured.

But that didn't deter them and after a grueling 8-hour surgery, they managed to re-implant the victim's hand.

IT major Infosys' philanthropic arm, Infosys Foundation will soon add a station to the Bengaluru metro network, as per an agreement between the company and BMRCL.

The station to be built at Konappana Agrahara near Electronic City will cost the company Rs. 200cr.

It will reportedly maintain it for 30 years. To be built in two phases, the station would be ready by 2021.

A gang of five, including a woman, was arrested for a series of burglaries they allegedly carried out in Bengaluru last month, said police commissioner T Suneel Kumar.

All the accused are from Colombia, and were the ones who robbed former Chief Secretary Kaushik Mukherjee's house in June.

950gms of gold, watches, pens, foreign-currency and Mukherjee's stamp-collection were recovered from them.