Bengalureans can't watch Bahubali 2 for Rs. 200Last updated on May 02, 2017, 05:25 pm
According to sources, when CM Siddaramaiah was about to sign the proposed cap (Rs. 200) on ticket prices, the question about 'gold class tickets' surfaced.
After receiving no satisfactory information on it, the signing was postponed; which is why Bengalureans have to now shell more for Bahubali 2.
The CM himself watched it for Rs. 1,050.
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02 May 2017
School for the poor to shut down after 3 decades
The Baldwin Methodist Kannada School at Anepalya on Hosur Road is on the verge of shutting down after running for 32 years.
The educational institution extended its services to the unfortunate; its teachers, including the principal, would go door-to-door, convincing slum dwellers to send their children to school.
The school management blames the shortage of funds and students for the same.
Majority of Karnataka's schools don't have full-time Hindi teachers
According to data provided by the education department, 8,604 posts of Hindi teachers in primary schools and 1,500 posts in high schools are currently vacant, with part-time or retired teachers filling in.
In most cases, teachers teaching other subjects double up as Hindi teachers.
The Centre has been taking efforts to promote the usage of Hindi language in South India.
Law & Order
Bengaluru Traffic Police goes door-to-door for collecting fines
Tired of flagging down motorists with multiple vehicle violations, the Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP) has begun tracking down vehicle owners.
The traffic police have now started visiting houses of the offenders to get them to pay their fines; if the fine is not paid, the vehicle is confiscated.
Police officers say traffic violations continue to increase despite of BTP's efforts to curb the same.
Lightning decimates 72 houses in Karnataka village
On Saturday night, the Hanchinala village in Belagavi's district's Shivadattu taluk witnessed heavy rains coupled with thunder and lightning.
That night, 72 homes were destroyed as lightning struck the haystacks in one of the farms; as many as 76 haystacks caught fire.
The villagers have been promised new homes in the next 3 months.
KIA resumes full time flight operations
The Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) on Monday resumed flight operations on a full time basis; a part of its runway had been closed for maintenance.
The existing runway was upgraded with rapid exit taxiways (RET), which will enable airplanes to exit the runway faster.
However, the new runway will be fully operational only from September 2019.